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Siphamandla Mkhwanazi

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May retails sales helped by base effects, monthly momentum encouraging In line with the diminishing base effects, retail sales volumes growth moderated to 15.8% y/y in May 2021, from the...
Next week’s release of monthly production data for May will be critical in the context of the ongoing third wave of Covid-19 and load-shedding. While May production data broadly precedes the tighter...
In South Africa, company releases are expected to taper down next week. Tongaat Hulett (Full-Year Results): Per the company, headline earnings per share (HEPS) are expected to deteriorate to a loss of...
Key themesOur proprietary market strength indicators show that demand is now moderating, following a strong rebound in 2H20 and into 2021. However, these remain above prepandemic levels, in part...
Despite the decimation in job markets and household incomes in 2020, housing markets in most Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries remain robust. This decoupling...
The trade surplus for May came in at R54.6 billion, wider than the R51.2 billion surplus recorded in April. This was the widest monthly trade surplus since January 2010.  Year-to-date (January to...
Private sector credit extension declines on base effects, households accumulating assets Private sector credit extension remained marginally in contractionary territory in May, recording a decline of...
Employment in the formal non-agricultural sectors of the economy, as shown by the Quarterly Employment Survey, has declined by 0.1% q/q – a drop of 9 000 jobs between 4Q20 and 1Q21 (a fall of 6 000...
Consumer price inflation shot up by 5.2% y/y in May 2021, after posting 4.4% y/y in April, and producer prices jumped to 7.4% y/y in May from 6.7% y/y in April. Supply-side inflationary pressures are...
In South Africa, company releases are expected to taper down next week. From a corporate actions perspective, Tuesday marks the last day to trade Barloworld(JO:BAWJ) (LON:BWOB) Preference Share,...