|26 Jan 2017||Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0142.7 - Export and import unit value indices, November 2016|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0142.1 - Producer Price Index (PPI), December 2016|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0151 - Contract Price Adjustment Provisions Work Group Indices (CPAP), December 2016|
|Today||World Bank - World Development Indicators (WDI) – Release 03-Jan-2017|
|World Bank - Millennium Development Goals|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P6420 - Food and beverages, November 2016|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0043 - Statistics of Liquidations and insolvencies, December 2016|
|House Price Index (Absa) – December 2016|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P6410 - Tourist accommodation, November 2016|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P7162 - Land transport survey, November 2016|
|Mineral Statistics, National Monthly Production & Sales (DMR) – October 2016|
|19 Jan 2017||Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P6343.2 - Motor trade sales, November 2016|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0041 - Statistics of civil cases for debt, November 2016|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P5041.1 - Selected building statistics of the private sector as reported by local government institutions, November 2016|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P6141.2 - Wholesale trade sales, November 2016|
|SARB BA900 – Banks BA900 returns November 2016.|
|Vehicle Sales (NAAMSA) – RSA Local, export & provincial new vehicle sales, December 2016|
|Bureau for Economic Research (BER) – Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) 2016 Q4|
|18 Jan 2017||Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P6242.1 - Retail trade sales, November 2016|
|Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P0141 - Consumer Price Index (CPI), December 2016|
|Trade Conditions Survey & Business Confidence Index (SACCI) – TCS December 2016|
|17 Jan 2017||Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P2041 - Mining: Production and sales, November 2016|
|16 Jan 2017||IMF - Primary Commodity Prices – Monthly: December 2016, Quarterly: 2018Q4, Annually: 2022|
|SEIFSA Price and Index Pages – January 2017|
|13 Jan 2017||Bureau for Economic Research (BER) – Barclays Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) December 2016|
|12 Jan 2017||Statistics SA Short-Term Indicators – P3041.2 - Manufacturing: Production and sales, November 2016|
|11 Jan 2017||House Price Index (Standard Bank) – December 2016|
|Trade Conditions Survey & Business Confidence Index (SACCI) – BCI December 2016|
|10 Jan 2017||IMF - International Financial Statistics (IFS)|
|9 Jan 2017||Vehicle Sales (NAAMSA) – December 2016|
|House Price Index (FNB) – December 2016|
|Quantec Financial Conditions Index (Monthly Report) – Latest data for November 2016 show that conditions have tightened substantially since the start of 2016. Compared with a year ago, the FCI is up by around 6.4% y/y. Five of the constituent variables were showing a tightening of financial conditions since the start of 2016, while one was indicating easier financial conditions.|
|Quantec Forex Market Overview (Monthly Report) – In December 2016, measured on a year ago, the rand was substantially stronger against the British pound (30%) and the Chinese yuan (14.4%). The rand also gained against the Indian rupee (7.7%), US dollar (5.4%), Australian dollar (5.5%), euro (5.3%) and Swiss franc (3.9%). However, the rand was still weaker against the Brazilian real (-11.4%) while it was roughly unchanged against the Japanese yen.|
|Quantec Foreign Merchandise Trade (Monthly Report) – The latest 12-month merchandise trade deficit amounted to R110.5 billion which was R34.3 billion less than the previous 12 months’ deficit. Measured at a 12-months basis, exports in dollar terms were down by 12% while Imports in dollar terms were 15% lower.|
|Quantec Economic Indicator (Monthly Report) – The South African economy is likely to experience another difficult year in 2017. However, economic growth is expected to accelerate to around 1.5% from the meagre 0.5% growth which is likely to have been recorded in 2016. Looking abroad, the biggest risk for the global economy is in China, where rising debt levels have reached a point at which a slowdown is inevitable.|
|Quantec Equity Market (Monthly Report) – Measured on a year ago, five of the eight major JSE equity sectors registered positive returns. These were Resources (34%); Industrials (14.5%); Telecommunications (5.1%); Technology (13.6%); and Financials (3.6%); Negative returns were recorded by Consumer Goods (-11.8%); Healthcare (-11.7%); and Consumer Services (-3.6%).|
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