Monthly Africa Currency Forecasts Report
A monthly overview of recent global developments that have affected African currencies, comments on the movements in NKC's proprietary currency risk indices, with summaries of important recent developments and deeper dynamics affecting 16 African currencies.
From equity investors to fixed income traders to corporate finance executives managing treasury or hedging their firms' exposure to exchange rate risk, the range of professionals with a need for a robust view on the future exchange rates of African currencies is a wide one. With the Africa Currency Report, NKC African Economics has created a product which caters to their needs.
The monthly Africa Currency Report contains an overview of recent global developments that have affected African currencies, comments on the movements in NKC’s proprietary currency risk indices, and then one-page summaries of the important recent developments and deeper dynamics affecting 16 African currencies. It is delivered along with an Excel file that contains end-of-period monthly forecasts for the next two years for 16 African currencies against the US dollar, the euro and the pound sterling.
The 16 currencies modelled and analysed are: - Angolan kwanza - Botswanan pula - Egyptian pound - Ethiopian birr - CFA franc - Ghanaian cedi - Kenyan shilling - Mauritian rupee - Moroccan dirham - Mozambican metical - Nigerian naira - South African rand - Tanzanian shilling - Tunisian dinar - Ugandan shilling - Zambian kwacha