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Review: Monetary Policy February 2019, We Give It A 53%

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Yesterday the governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe delivered his first Monetary Policy Statement of 2019. This was one of the most awaited statements to date. That in itself is a tell tale sign of where we are in our economy, the last time a monetary policy statement delivery stopped every show in Zimbabwe was in the days of Gideon Gono at the helm of the RBZ and we all know why it was so.

The policy announced yesterday lived up to its billing. It addressed the one issue that has been an elephant in the room since 2016: the crisis of currency. Below is a visual of our take on the policy:


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5 thoughts on “Review: Monetary Policy February 2019, We Give It A 53%

  1. Next time it would be in the best interests to use an objective assessment tool..Reliability and validity of the assessment tools used is questionable, as we do not know how you reached those percentages.You might want to develop a survey assessment tool validated by experienced researchers, so that your results can be used by interested stakeholders and academics in future.

    1. Oh yes definitely. This is not an academic review. It’s nothing but our subjective thoughts on the policy

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