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African central banks likely to keep rates on hold amid growth concerns

The resumption of risk appetite at the end of last week has failed to spill over into early morning Asian trade with mixed sentiment caused by softer Chinese retail sales and industrial production figures. Partially offsetting this increase in annual...
ETM Analytics Kieran
Kieran Siney @ ETM Analytics 17 May 2021

Slow vaccine progress, new variants weigh on Africa’s economic recovery hopes

The threat of tightening credit and price caps in China have dampened demand for industrial metals into the weekend. After initially jumping on the higher than anticipated inflation numbers, the USD has paused its bull-run to some degree. However, wi...
ETM Analytics Kieran
Kieran Siney @ ETM Analytics 14 May 2021

Resurgent USD catches many short-sellers by surprise

The USD surged on Friday and will have caught many short-sellers by surprise. Supply concerns and speculative bids have driven the metal to new highs and the trend remains very much topside focused. Money supply growth decelerated for the second succ...
ETM Analytics Kieran
Kieran Siney @ ETM Analytics 3 May 2021

ETM Africa: Vaccine delays to weigh on Sub-Saharan Africa's economic recovery

No fireworks are expected at today’s FOMC meeting, with the central bank likely to adopt a steady-as-she-goes approach, especially after the ECB meeting last week. Commodities have broadly rebounded from last month’s drop in prices. The Angolan Kwanz...
ETM Analytics Kieran
Kieran Siney @ ETM Analytics 28 April 2021

ETM Africa Insight: 26 April 2021

While India may be experiencing a very dramatic and concerning rise in infections, the news in the US has improved, with the authorities giving the green light for the J&J vaccinations to resume. The current market structure for Brent futures, with t...
ETM Analytics Kieran
Kieran Siney @ ETM Analytics 26 April 2021

Angola: Notes from the virtual IMF Spring Meetings

We don’t detect much has changed in Angola, although the immediate outlook may be improved by higher-than-expected oil prices. The authorities to their credit have adopted strong fiscal measures, increasing non-oil revenue and reducing non-essential ...
Tellimer Research Stuart
Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 26 April 2021
Angola: Notes from the virtual IMF Spring Meetings
Angola: Notes from the virtual IMF Spring Meetings