The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed George Glynos, Managing Director and Chief Economist at ETM Analytics.
Glynos discussed how the current political climate could affect the volatile rand.
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It’s becoming increasingly difficult to tell fact from fiction.— George Glynos, Managing Director and Chief Economist at ETM Analytics
If we carry on like this a December downgrade is inevitable.— George Glynos, Managing Director and Chief Economist at ETM Analytics
The rand’s weakness is due to politics not economic fundamentals.— George Glynos, Managing Director and Chief Economist at ETM Analytics
Losses due to what happened in December is probably understated.— George Glynos, Managing Director and Chief Economist at ETM Analytics
The hidden costs associated with this political uncertainty is absolutely enormous!— George Glynos, Managing Director and Chief Economist at ETM Analytics
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