In May, consumer sentiment plunges by five points.


  • In May, Africa experienced a decline in consumer confidence, marking the first drop in two months. The consumer confidence index fell by 5 points, decreasing from 16 to 11 points. This dip was primarily attributed to a sharp 10-point slump in the index of future expectations.

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