South Africa Bank Lending Rate

Last Release
Oct 2019
Actual
10 %
Forecast
10 %
Previous
10 %
Frequency
Monthly
Units In
%
Next Release
Nov 21, 2019
Time to Release
7 Days 15 Hours
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Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
25.5 %
Aug 1998
5.5 %
May 1964
12.24 %1957 - 2019South African Reserve Bank
In South Africa, the bank lending rate refers to commercial banks prime overdraft rate. It is a benchmark rate priced at 3.5 basis points above the repurchase rate and it is used by banks to price the lending rates offered to clients at either above or below the benchmark rate.

South Africa Bank Lending Rate History

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South Africa consumer Indicators

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Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Bank Lending Rate
10
Oct 2019
10
Sep 2019
5.5
May 1964
25.5
Aug 1998
%Monthly1957 - 2019
Consumer Confidence
-7
Sep 2019
5
Jun 2019
-33
Jun 1985
26
Mar 2018
Index PointsQuarterly1982 - 2019
Consumer Spending
1,960,885
Jun 2019
1,947,528
Mar 2019
260,612
Mar 1960
1,960,885
Jun 2019
ZAR MillionQuarterly1960 - 2019
Gasoline Prices
1.07
Oct 2019
1.06
Sep 2019
0.43
Dec 2002
1.44
Mar 2013
USD/LiterMonthly1992 - 2019
Disposable Personal Income
3,037,235
Jun 2019
2,994,423
Mar 2019
3,520
Jun 1960
3,037,235
Jun 2019
ZAR MillionQuarterly1960 - 2019
Households Debt To GDP
33.8
Mar 2019
33.6
Dec 2018
33.1
Dec 2017
43.9
Mar 2008
% of GDPQuarterly2008 - 2019

Bank Lending Rate across Africa

Bank Lending Rate global view
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Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Angola
18.84
Aug 2019
18.88
Jul 2019
13.07
Jan 2018
24.62
Mar 2018
%Monthly2011 - 2019
Botswana
6.5
Jul 2019
6.5
Jun 2019
6.5
Dec 2018
16.5
Jan 2009
%Monthly2009 - 2019
Egypt
15.1
Sep 2019
16.3
Aug 2019
10.6
Feb 2011
21.15
Nov 1991
%Monthly1991 - 2019
Ghana
34.5
May 2018
35.5
Apr 2018
21.24
Mar 2008
42.84
Jul 2016
%Monthly2005 - 2018
Kenya
12.47
Jun 2019
12.47
May 2019
9
Apr 1974
32.28
Apr 1994
%Monthly1971 - 2019
Mauritius
8.5
Aug 2019
8.5
Jul 2019
8
Oct 2004
13
Oct 1999
%Monthly1998 - 2019
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