Consumer confidence dips in May, falling by 7 points

  • In May, consumer confidence in Africa sustained its downward trajectory, decreasing by 7 points. This decline was driven by an eight-point fall in the index measuring future conditions and a three-point dip in the index assessing current conditions.
  • Like the previous month, household indices in May showed a general …

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