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Interest rates 'are probably at their peak'

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Interest rates 'are probably at their peak'

By Ethel Hazelhurst
From Business Report

At a time when South Africa's economic growth is slowing and inflation is rising, the chief economist of Old Mutual Investment Group South Africa (Omigsa), Rian le Roux, is providing a relatively upbeat assessment of the outlook for both.

Justmoney.co.za says:

We may well be ahead of the curve, which gives you an opportunity to check your financial health, and get your money in order. Open a savings account, transfer your credit card balance and pay off your debt, or consolidate it. Plan for your retirement now, while you are ahead of the game.

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