Consumer sentiment falls further as concerns of COVID-19 continue to affect economies in Africa


  • Kasi consumer-sentiment index sunk by a further 7 points to -28, in April amid continued fears of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in Africa
  • The drop in consumer sentiment was led by a decrease in both the current-economic condition index and the consumer-expectations index by 14 …

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