Posts tagged with: Emerging Markets

Rand Review Quarterly Bulletin We are pleased to present the Rand Review quarterly bulletin for Q3, 2018. The aim of the quarterly is to highlight significant South African Political & Economic events over the past 3 months and take a look at...
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2018 End of Year Rand Forecast We often get asked by clients to peer into our crystal ball and provide a forecast for the South African Rand. This, I’m afraid is a very difficult undertaking, especially when you consider South...
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South African Government Debt to GDP was reported higher at 53.1%, for 2017 Volatility Continues 2018 has proved to be another volatile year for the Rand, due to favourable political tailwinds after the ANC elected a new leader and subsequent...
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Rand Review Quarterly Bulletin We are pleased to present the Rand Review quarterly bulletin for Q2, 2018. The aim of the quarterly is to highlight significant South African Political & Economic events over the past 3 months and take a...
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Rand Review Quarterly Bulletin We are pleased to present the first Rand Review quarterly bulletin for Q1, 2018. The aim of the quarterly is to highlight significant South African Political & Economic events over the past 3 months and take...
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Every three years, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) releases its Triennial Central Bank Survey report, detailing foreign exchange activity for the passing period. The most recent edition was released last month, so we decided to check in on how...
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When trying to understand why the Rand has moved the way it has over the first quarter of 2016, you need to consider three major influencing factors: emerging market performance, the commodity cycle, and our Republic’s national politics. Let’s take...
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There has been much debate over the direction the Rand will take in the coming months. There are a number of permutations that must be considered when even beginning to understand how the Rand is affected. There are three main contributors...
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