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5 Factors Guiding SARB’s Interest Rate Decision Next Week The South African Reserve Bank’s monetary policy committee (MPC) will be meeting on 26 – 28 March 2018 to deliberate an interest rate stance that anchors inflation to the middle of the 3% to 6% target rate. To gauge the risks to the inflation outlook, the MPC will consider all the local and international economic trends that have emerged since its last interest rate decision in January. According to auditing and advisory group, PwC, the economic implications of local developments – like the appointment of Cyril Ramaphosa as President of South Africa, the 2018/19 budget speech and cabinet reshuffle (which saw Nhlanhla Nene move back into the position of Finance Minister) will likely feature as the MPC convenes this week. Furthermore, growing international protectionism and developed market monetary policy trends will also be on the central bank’s radar. Here are the five big factors that will likely be taken into consideration by the MPC in determining the rate change, if any, according to PwC economist, Maura Feddersen: Factors for lowing rates 1. Inflation stabilises in the middle of the target range After exceeding the SARB’s target range for most of 2016 and the first quarter of 2017, South Africa’s headline inflation rate has been on a downward trend, returning to the target range for the last ten consecutive monthly readings. Headline consumer price inflation declined to 4.4% year-on-year (y-o-y) in January, from 4.7% y-o-y in December 2017, which is the lowest reading in three years, PwC said. Source: Business Tech To read the rest of this article, please follow the link to our website: #creditrating

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👀👀👀 🤔🤔🤔 Rating Rebounding oil prices, natural growth and migration to Texas have led to an increase in tax collections, according to the comptroller’s office. But much of that new revenue is already dedicated to historically underfunded programs such as the state highway fund, meaning that Texas lawmakers likely won’t have more money at their disposal in 2019 when crafting the next two-year budget. “I want to avoid that, because I think that’s a black eye on the state of Texas,” Hegar said. A downgrading of Texas’ credit rating would make it more expensive for the state to borrow money — and perhaps damage state leaders’ credibility when advertising Texas as “open for business.” “We’re not at a crisis,” Hegar said, but “we’re going in the wrong direction.” That was the warning Comptroller Glenn Hegar gave lawmakers at a Tuesday hearing of the Senate Finance Committee in Austin. Though the Texas economy is growing at a healthy pace, Hegar said, the state’s budget is riddled with enough unfunded liabilities to worry credit rating agencies such as Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s. If budget writers don’t come up with money to address a state employee pension shortfall and mounting needs for public schools, health care and transportation, credit agencies are likely to downgrade Texas’ AAA rating in the near future.

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