In a recent note, we indicated that, in the “post-lockdown” recessionary period we would likely see the direct economy-related pressures being more severe on the Industrial Property Sector, via a very weak.

Tuesday, 20 August 2019 22:52

SARB Leading Business Cycle Indicator

SARB Leading Business Cycle Indicator – Further decline in June SARB Leading Business Cycle Indicator reading suggests likely further new mortgage lending and building weakness.

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