Consumer confidence declines in April, ending five-month growth streak

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  • In April, consumer confidence in Africa ended its five-month upward trend by declining three points. This downturn was driven by a seven-point rise in the index of current conditions coupled with a one-point drop in the index of future expectations.

  • The performance of household indices declined compared to …

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