Boring times - just what investors need

Harris, Shaun
August 2005
Finance Week;8/24/2005, p66
Reports on the decision of Tito Mboweni, governor of South Africa Reserve Bank, to keep interest rate and inflation rate stable. Rate of interest in investment; Comments of Johann Els, economist, on subdued inflationary pressures effect on interest rate; Benefits of stable inflation rate and few changes in interest rates on investors.


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