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Economic week ahead: Lots of data, not as much electricity

This week SA will be dealing with power outages and Americans will head to the polls for the country’s mid-term elections. Here's your guide.

Economic week ahead: Mind the banks

Central banks in Europe, the UK, Japan, Egypt and Kenya are among those expected to announce policy decisions in the week ahead.

Economic week ahead: SA, Nigeria consumer inflation data

South Africa, Nigeria and the UK are expected to release consumer inflation figures and the US will give an update on housing data this week.

Economic week ahead: US-Africa Summit

The US will host most African leaders at a three-day summit focusing on trade, investment, security and governance issues.

Economic week ahead: SA unemployment update

Over the coming days, South Africa will release unemployment, money supply, credit extension and trade figures.

Economic week ahead: Rates decisions in SA and Nigeria

Nigeria and South Africa will announce their interest rates this week. Will Gill Marcus need to raise the repo rate to keep the rand strong?

Economic week ahead: SA’s latest retail sales figures

South Africa's business confidence index readings and Stats SA's March retail sales figures are due out later this week.

Economic week ahead: SA’s trade and credit data

South Africa’s latest trade and credit extension data are the highlights of this week’s domestic data calendar. Here's your economic guide.

Economic week ahead: SA waits on latest rates decision amid Ukraine tension

Rates decisions from Africa's two largest economies, developments in Ukraine and key US, European and Asian reports are likely to move markets.

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