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19.08.2015 Call for nominations of SACCI Directors

17.08.2015 Report Sunday Times 9-8-2015

 

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Thursday, 03 September 2015 11:34

Uncertain Business Climate

SACCI today released the SACCI Business Confidence Index (BCI) for August 2015 at their Offices in Rosebank, Johannesburg.
Business confidence suffered a setback in August 2015 due to subdued domestic economic performance and financial market nervousness as well as global financial market turmoil and economic uncertainty. These circumstances caused the SACCI Business Confidence Index (BCI) to retract to an even lower level than in June 2015. After increasing to 87.9 in July 2015 from 84.6 in June 2015, the SACCI BCI registered 84.3 in August 2015.

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RELEASE DATE: BCI AND TRADE CONDITIONS SURVEY PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 24 August 2015 10:55

Kindly note that SACCI will release the following economic / business indicators in September 2015

Agust 2015 Business Confidence Index (BCI) – 03 September 2015

August 2015 Trade Conditions Survey – 10 September 2015

 
TRADE CONDITIONS SURVEY - PRESS RELEASE PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 12 August 2015 00:00

Trade Conditions Remain Tough

 
Trade conditions remained in negative territory in July 2015 with the seasonally adjusted composite Trade Activity Index (TAI) measuring 47. Although marginally up from 46 in June 2015, tighter household budgets and the subdued domestic and global economic environment kept the lid on all facets of trade. The non-seasonally adjusted TAI remained on 45 in July 2015 - the same as in July 2014. Notwithstanding trade conditions that remained negative and unchanged in July 2015, trade expectations for the next six months were slightly better and in positive territory with the Trade Expectation Index (TEI) increasing to 59 from 58 in June 2015.

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