Consumer sentiment steadies in September

  • In September, consumer confidence in Africa held steady at 13 points. This stability was driven by a two-point uptick in the current conditions index and a one-point dip in the future conditions index.

  • In September, household indices displayed mixed performance. The personal finance index and household spending index …

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