PODCAST | 11 NOVEMBER 2020 Understanding the current account deficit Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Topics > Sector Trends Absa CIB Admin SHARE Find out what the current account deficit is and how it impacts the exchange rate.​ Absa CIB Admin https://cib.absa.africa/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/file_example_MP3_700KB.mp3 Related Articles MINING INSIGHTS Absa Insights Series: Resource firms and funders…

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ABSA INSIGHTS SERIES | 30 OCTOBER 2020 Consumer goods sector: How the next 5 years may play out Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Topics > Sector Trends Isana Cordier Head: Consumer Goods and Services SHARE Covid-19 has changed the consumer goods sector. Some changes will reverse, but others are permanent and may even…

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ABSA INSIGHTS SERIES | 30 OCTOBER 2020 Covid-19 is shoving retail – and consumers – into the future Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Topics > Sector Trends Isana Cordier Head: Consumer Goods and Services SHARE Along with the pandemic, the future of the consumer goods sector has arrived with bang. Isana CordierHead: Consumer…

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ABSA INSIGHTS SERIES | 30 OCTOBER 2020 Consumer goods sector: How the next 5 years may play out Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Topics > Sector Trends Isana Cordier Head: Consumer Goods and Services SHARE Covid-19 has changed the consumer goods sector. Some changes will reverse, but others are permanent and may even…

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ABSA INSIGHTS SERIES | 30 OCTOBER 2020 South Africans are still spending, though differently – and increasingly online Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Topics > Sector Trends Isana Cordier Head: Consumer Goods and Services SHARE Consumer spending is holding up, but behaviour has changed – perhaps permanently, especially the move online. Isana CordierHead:…

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Consumer goods sector is consolidating - and supply chains are de-globalising

ABSA INSIGHTS SERIES | 30 OCTOBER 2020 Consumer goods sector is consolidating – and supply chains are de-globalising Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Topics > Sector Trends Isana Cordier Head: Consumer Goods and Services SHARE The pandemic has hastened much-needed consolidation and made clear the value of bringing supply chains closer to home.…

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Why is absa so bullish about the rand

PODCAST | 26 OCTOBER 2020 Behind the research curtain Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Topics > Sector Trends Absa CIB Admin SHARE Find out how exchange rate forecasting works as we explore the workings of Absa’s FX Peer model. Absa CIB Admin https://cib.absa.africa/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/file_example_MP3_700KB.mp3 Related Articles MINING INSIGHTS Absa Insights Series: Resource firms and…

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Why is absa so bullish about the rand

PODCAST | 06 OCTOBER 2020 Why is Absa so bullish about the Rand? Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Topics > Sector Trends Absa CIB Admin SHARE Find out why Absa’s research says the ZAR is undervalued, and will likely recover to R15.75/USD by year-end. Absa CIB Admin https://cib.absa.africa/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/file_example_MP3_700KB.mp3 Related Articles MINING INSIGHTS Absa…

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NATURAL RESOURCES INSIGHTS | 27 AUGUST 2020 Can I have some beer with my oil and gold? Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Topics > Sector Trends Shirley Webber Head: Natural Resources and Energy SHARE Like all good stories, this one starts in a [mythical because we’re South African] pub … but not for…

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NATURAL RESOURCES INSIGHTS | 30 JUNE 2020 Achieving high yields in a low yield environment Absa | Corporate and Investment Banking > Topics > Sector Trends Camillo Atampugre Senior Banker – Natural Resources and Energy SHARE Africa remains an attractive market for international capital for oil projects and investments. Africa remains an attractive region for…

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