Consumer sentiment plunged to a record low as COVID-19 hits Africa

  • KASI consumer-sentiment index plunged by 24 points to -21, in March as COVID-19 hits Africa
  • The slump was led by both the current-condition index, which plummeted by 21 points the most since the inception of the index in 2016, and the consumer expectations index, which plummeted by …

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