Consumer confidence experiences a two-point boost in October

  • In October, consumer confidence in Africa saw an increase of 2 points, climbing from 13 to 15 points. This positive trend was attributed to a 5-point boost in the index of future expectations.

  • In contrast to the prior month, October showcased enhanced performance in household indices. The personal …

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