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CPI expectations steady at 6%

Jun 27 2013 15:50 Reuters

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Johannesburg - The average inflation expectations in the second quarter were unchanged at 6% for 2013 compared with the first quarter (Q1), a survey showed on Thursday.

The Bureau for Economic Research inflation expectations survey, conducted for the South African Reserve Bank, showed expectations for 2014 rose to 6.1% in the second quarter, from 6% in Q1.

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