Surveying the foreign exchange landscape — the South African link

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09 June 2024 - 00:00 By Herman Bezuidenhout

The foreign exchange market plays a pivotal role in South Africa’s political and economic landscape. Its numerous influencing factors and their complex effects on the economy make foreign exchange rates both fascinating and essential to understand. Contrary to what we might think, foreign exchange affects everyone, from the government and Reserve Bank to multinational companies and private households...

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