Now that it is becoming evident that the Federal Reserve will start to tighten its monetary policy, the markets are already beginning to question what level of interest rates will start to choke th
World Debt as % of GDP As inflation peaked in 1980 and interest rates started to decline globally, the debt to GDP ratios began to increase. Globalisation was a major disinflationary force allowing
It will be interesting to see in next month’s heat map whether the current political turmoil in SA will weigh on forecasts and what the effects thereof will be.
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The market’s not paying much attention to anything else except the US dollar and data from the US.
In the past couple of months, we have seen the market reacting quite wildly to the non-farm number, and we expect much of the same should the number miss the consensus number of 650k.
The rand went from the strongest EM currency to the weakest EM currency (in terms of value lost) in a two-day trading span.
Domestic factors in the form of more intense load shedding could further strain the South African economy. Thus far, the international community has ignored our domestic factors, but for how much l
We need imports to pick up for our economy to grow, which clearly shows us that the South African economy is still dragging in our COVID recovery.
Thus from the above, it follows that should the Fed engage in reverse repos, it is in effect draining money from the system in an event to control money supply.