Market commentary

  • 31 Mar 2006

Compiled by: Richard Favis, RBC Capital Markets
+27 11 784 5065

The South African market this week tended to ignore local inflation indicators and took its direction from the rallying gold price and comments made by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) governor.

Consumer inflation (CPIX) was marginally below market forecasts ...

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