|4 May 2017||Trade Conditions Survey & Business Confidence Index (SACCI) – BCI April 2017|
|2 May 2017||Preliminary Trade Statistics (SACU) – March 2017|
|IMF - International Financial Statistics (IFS)|
|Today||National Revenue, Expenditure and Borrowing (Treasury) – March 2017|
|SARB Monthly Release of Selected Data – National government finance, February 2017|
|SARB Monthly Release of Selected Data – Money and banking, March 2017|
|SARB Monthly Release of Selected Data – International economic data, March 2017|
|SARB Monthly Release of Selected Data – Economic indicators (Seasonally adjusted), March 2017|
|SARB Monthly Release of Selected Data – Capital market, March 2017|
|SARB Monthly Release of Selected Data – Banks and mutual banks, March 2017|
|26 Apr 2017||Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0151 - Contract Price Adjustment Provisions Work Group Indices (CPAP), March 2017|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0142.1 - Producer Price Index (PPI), March 2017|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0142.7 - Export and import unit value indices, February 2017|
|24 Apr 2017||Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0043 - Statistics of Liquidations and insolvencies, March 2017|
|20 Apr 2017||Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P5041.1 - Selected building statistics of the private sector as reported by local government institutions, February 2017|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0041 - Statistics of civil cases for debt, February 2017|
|Mineral Statistics, National & Provincial (DMR) – Monthly labour data: October, November & December 2016|
|19 Apr 2017||Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0141 - Consumer Price Index (CPI), March 2017|
|Quantec Financial Conditions Index (Monthly Report) – Latest data for February 2017 show that conditions have tightened substantially since early 2016. Compared with a year ago, the FCI is up by around 12.5% y/y. Five of the six constituent variables were showing a tightening of financial conditions since February 2016, while one was indicating marginally easier financial conditions.|
|Quantec Foreign Merchandise Trade (Monthly Report) – The latest 12-month merchandise trade deficit amounted to R89 billion which was R61 billion less than the previous 12 months’ deficit. Measured at a seasonally adjusted basis, the rand value of imports decreased by 0.6% month-on-month in February 2017, while the rand value of exports increased by 1.9% month-on-month.|
|Quantec Forex Market Overview (Monthly Report) – In March 2017, measured on a year ago, the rand was still substantially stronger against the British pound (32.6%) and the euro (20.6%). The rand also gained against the US dollar (18.1%), Chinese yuan (24.3%), Swiss franc (18.6%) and yen (19.1%). However, the rand was weaker against the Brazilian real (-8.2%). And Russian rouble (-10.8%).|
|Quantec Economic Indicator (Monthly Report) – The immediate impacts of the sovereign credit rating downgrade were fairly muted—partly because the step was widely expected—as was the cabinet reshuffle by President Zuma. The rand did weaken but remained above ZAR14 to the dollar, while long bond yields weakened only moderately. However, these impacts are expected to worsen further over time.|
|Quantec Equity Market (Monthly Report) – Measured on a year ago, three of the eight major JSE equity sectors registered negative returns. These were Consumer Goods (-4.8%); Financials (10.2%); and Healthcare (-6.8%). Positive returns were recorded by Resources (15.8%); Industrials (8.9%); Technology (2.4%); Telecommunications (1.4%); and Consumer Services (8.2%).|
|Mineral Statistics, National Monthly Production & Sales (DMR) – January 2017|
|Vehicle Sales (NAAMSA) – RSA Local, export & provincial new vehicle sales, March 2017|
|IMF - World Economic Outlook (WEO) – April 2017 figures.|
|18 Apr 2017||Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P7162 - Land transport survey, February 2017|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P6420 - Food and beverages, February 2017|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P6410 - Tourist accommodation, February 2017|
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