S Africa consumer confidence recovers in Q2, survey shows

South Africa’s consumer confidence improved slightly in the second quarter due to fewer hours of loadshedding and a drop in fuel and food prices, but uncertainty around national elections kept some consumers worried, data released on Thursday showed. The consumer confidence index (CCI), sponsored by First National Bank (FNB) and compiled by the Bureau for Economic Research (BER), improved to minus 12 points in the quarter, from minus 15 points in the first quarter.

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