We publish a range of reports designed to directly address the information needs of both, professional investors and senior business decision makers engaged in Africa expansion. These reports span up-to-the-minute alerts and weekly newsletters on the continent to country-specific quarterly reports.
Fixed Income Daily affords insight which could influence trading in African capital markets
COMMON MONETARY AREA: The rand regained recent losses for a second straight day during Friday’s European trading session, which saw the South African currency ending the week little changed. The r...
Daily Africa Insight reveals the day's Talking Points in one consolidated report
Libya: LNA retakes oil ports.
Libya - LNA retakes oil ports
On Thursday, June 21, Libyan National Army (LNA) Spokesman Ahmed Al-Mismari announced that their forces had retaken the oil ports of Ras Lanuf and Es Sider one week after they were taken by Petroleum ...
SA Weekly Economics compiled the most important events seen in and affecting the SA Market during the week
Capital Market - Domestic debt prices traded stronger this week as the rand and emerging market bond prices in general recovered recent trade war related losses.
Egypt: Manufacturing strength to be short-lived
Key Features: Broad Country and Industry Coverage. The service covers 68 countries across Europe, Asia, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa, where 85% of world business is conducted. Up to 85...
Weekly Political Risk Report highlights developments in countries on the Africa Alerts and Watch List
No conflict zones showed clear signs of deterioration over the past week. However, in Sudan, clashes between the government aligned Rapid Support Forces (RSF) and Sudan Liberation Movement – Abdelwahi...
SA Daily Economics provides an early morning update on most important events affecting the SA market
• Current account deficit widens notably due to deteriorating trade account • US jobless claims remain near cycle lows • US Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index falls much more than expected • ZAR som...
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The Libyan National Army states that it has retaken the oil ports of Ras Lanuf and Es Sider from Ibrahim Jadhran’s Petroleum Facilities Guards. The events of the past week highlight the risks to #Libya’s fragile economic and political recovery as elections approach.
#Botswana’s inflation dips slightly to 3.3% in May, whilst the central bank decides to maintain the repo rate at 5%.
#SouthAfrica current account deficit widens notably due to deteriorating #trade account
Claims by #Zimbabwe opposition candidate for the upcoming election, Nelson Chamisa, that he is being targeted by the government appear to be overblown. The opposition has many challenges ahead of the polls, but for once threats of violence aren’t among them.
#SouthAfrica #Inflation ticks lower in May reflecting benign inflationary pressures
#Namibia economy stuck in the sand in Q1, but construction sector starts rebuilding
#Morocco interest rates kept unchanged; but upside inflationary risks from rising global oil and domestic food prices present some concerns
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A detailed scenario analysis of different policy actions the Central Bank of Nigeria could take in response to the foreign exchange liquidity squeeze in 2016, the effects on foreign reserves to be expected under each, and the resulting consequences for firms needing to repatriate profits.
A report on logistics in Djibouti covering infrastructure, human resources, electricity and the financial sector, and which included macroeconomic overviews of the neighbouring countries for which Djibouti serves as a transport hub. For an Emirati harbour logistics firm.