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Siphamandla Mkhwanazi

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Locally, several results and updates are expected across the bourse: Dis-Chem (Interim Results): Headline earnings per share (HEPS) are expected to improve by 32.6% to 37.6% y/y. The group has also...
At the onset of level 5 lockdown vehicles were banned from being sold but were quickly available for sale during level 4 lockdown. Pent-up demand ensued, supported by historically low interest rates...
Producer inflation jumped to 7.8% y/y in September The producer inflation rate jumped to 7.8% y/y in September, from 7.2% y/y in August, influenced mainly by prices of petroleum-related products. The...
All eyes on US and European releases next week Locally, several results and updates are expected across the bourse: Famous Brands (Interim Results): Management expects headline earnings per share...
Inflation outlook and risks The pandemic shock largely resulted in lower inflation dynamics, due to weak demand induced by lockdown, employment losses and lower incomes. Headline inflation reached a...
Headline inflation was up 5.0% y/y in September, from 4.9% y/y in August, slightly below our expectation of 5.1%. Headline inflation increased by 0.2% m/m, explained entirely by core inflation...
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) marginally trimmed its global growth forecast for 2021 to 5.9% from 6.0% at the October 2021 World Economic Outlook (WEO), amid the disruptive impact of the Delta...
Locally, several results and updates are expected across the bourse: The Anglo American (JO:AMSJ) stable will be in focus next week, with operational reviews expected for 3Q21. In its 2Q21 production...
Mining output grew by only 2.0% y/y in AugustTotal mining output (not seasonally adjusted) grew by 2.0% y/y in August, reflecting a moderation from the upwardly revised growth of 12.3% y/y (previously...
Key themes Market strength indicators continue to show moderating demand, following a strong rebound in 2H20 and into 2021. However, these are still above 2019 levels, reflecting the positive effect...