Econometrix is South Africa’s leading independent economic consultancy. Our economist team is headed up by Dr Azar Jammine, who has over forty years of experience and is one of the most well-known economists in the country. Econometrix provides economic research that focuses on macro-economic trend analysis (from a South African and global perspective) and in-depth economic forecasts. We also focus on the analysis of economic trends within the various sectors of the economy. In addition, we offer interactive economic consultations with companies, presentations, as well as customised research reports.
Consumer Market Trends: Deflation in consumer prices for furniture items squeeze margins of furniture retailers in June.
EcoBulletin: Three trade surpluses in last four months indicate positive effects of falling oil prices finally coming through trade balance.
Ecobulletin: Short-term success in fiscal discipline allows Fitch rating agency to buy South African government still more time to restructure to boost growth
EcoBulletin: Beneficial impact of falling oil price on inflation to be neutralised by impact of Chinese devaluation on the Rand.
EcoBulletin: Zuma's report back on economic progress will do little to inspire a return to higher growth.
EcoBulletin: Mixed response of Rand to news flow from the US and China: Chinese devaluation a good excuse for a commodity price rally.
EcoBulletin: Manufacturing production remains weak in June, albeit with growth slightly less negative than in May.
Consumer Market Trends: Liquidations: June 2015
EcoBulletin: Because of the improvement in trade balance, Rand could rally over the next few months despite falling reserves.
Printing Trends: Liquidations: June 2015.
Consumer Market Trends: Food and beverages industry income report: April 2015
Printing Trends: Debt default indicators for individuals: May 2015.
EcoBulletin: M-o-m seasonally adjusted growth rates in electricity consumption and production positive in June as incidence of load shedding declines in June compared with May.
Consumer Market Trends: Petrol price declined by -51c/l on Wednesday after having risen significantly in recent months.
Revs Newsletter: Monthly Review of Key Developments - July 2015.
Revs Newsletter: Petrol price declined by -51c/l on Wednesday after having risen significantly in recent months.
EcoBulletin: Mixed outcome for building plans passed in April: Trendless overall performance.
EcoBulletin: Reassuringly for manufacturing outlook, July PMI holds up unchanged despite several negative headwinds from abroad and domestically.
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