November sees a continued upswing in consumer confidence


  • In November, consumer confidence in Africa exhibited growth, with an increase of 3 points, progressing from 15 to 18 points. This improvement was driven by a three-point rise in both the indices measuring current conditions and future expectations.

  • Household indices outperformed the previous month, showcasing positive trends. …

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