SA interest rates likely to be steady for a year

Market expects the first US rate increase will come in 2023 as Federal Reserve party continues

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The concern about a sustained rise in inflation, and therefore a rise in global interest rates, ultimately forcing the SA Reserve Bank to hike its policy repurchase rate should subside after the US Federal Reserve kept its target monetary policy interest rates unchanged between zero and 0.25% on Wednesday...

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