South African Reserve Bank Cuts Interest Rates
In a surprise move, the Reserve Bank's monetary policy committee has decided to drop the interest rate at which banks lend and borrow among each other, by 50 basis points to five percent.
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South Africa: Central Bank Cuts Rates in Surprise Move
South African Press Association, 20 July 2012
South Africans were surprised and for the most part delighted by the Reserve Bank's decision on Thursday to cut its interest rate for banks, known as the repo rate, by 50 basis... read more »
South Africa: South Africa Cuts Interest Rate
SouthAfrica.info, 20 July 2012
South Africa's Reserve Bank decided on Thursday to cut its interest rate for banks, known as the repo rate, by 50 basis points to 5.0%. The prime rate at the country's retail banks... read more »
South Africa: Statement of the Monetary Policy Committee
South African Government, 19 July 2012
Since the previous meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee there have been further indications of a generalised slowdown in the global economy, amid the continuing risks posed by... read more »
Democratic Alliance, 8 July 2012
The DA calls on Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to mandate a Reserve Bank investigation into the setting of the Johannesburg Interbank Agreed Rate (JIBAR).read more »