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Reserve Bank is not to blame for the state of the economy
Tough choices will remain for SA when unearned respite fades
Short-termism and its unsustainable outcomes
SA must cut carbon emissions quickly — to protect its own economy
Careful with that cure for inflation
The Reserve Bank and Treasury's fiscal policies are bearing fruit
Fed hikes could trigger US recession — and global uncertainty
The Russia-Ukraine war will hurt SA’s investment ambitions: lessons from nine wars
The fog of negativity is clouding sight of real reforms
The Reserve Bank must raise interest rates — but how high and how fast?
It will be even harder for SA to attract investment
Government has made bold moves, business must reciprocate

Pensioners are worried, but reform takes time to pay off
The Treasury’s timing for loan was spot on
The ECB delivers QE and a rate cut, next is the Fed

The ECB delivers QE and a rate cut, next is the Fed

Published on   September 13th, 2019
Don’t be complacent about Moody’s outlook
Alarmist predictions about the rand’s fall are wide of the mark
The trade wars that eat monetary policy’s lunch
Insight into ‘national security’ aims of US tariffs now crucial
Debt-laden nations cannot be complacent when interest rates fall
Treading a fine line, Reserve Bank likely to make its cut in September
State must decide whether SA has a centrally controlled or business-led economy
Push for an interest rate cut is misplaced
Policy directive is what matters now for SA