Tag: Yvonne Mhango
Renaissance Capital has revised its growth forecast for Sub-Saharan Africa to 1.3 per cent from its previous estimates of 3.5 per cent. Rencap also notes that oil exporters in Sub-Sharan Africa will be hit hard by the drop in oil prices and they expect Nigeria to fall back into a recession this year. Yvonne Mhango, Sub-Saharan African Economist at Renaissance Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.
According to Yvonne Mhango, sub-Saharan African Economist at Renaissance Capital, Kenya has untapped potential and is its top macro pick for market growth in 2020, she joins CNBC Africa for more on the sub-Saharan Africa market outlook.
Renaissance Capital says Ghana's GDP rebasing exercise exposes some underlying weakness in the West African country's economy. Ghana changed its base year from 2006 to 2013 in its rebasing exercise, a move that led to a 25 per cent expansion of the GDP to 52 billion dollars, making Ghana the 6th largest economy in sub-Saharan Africa. Yvonne Mhango, Director and sub-Saharan Economist at Renaissance Capital joins CNBC Africa for this discussion.
The 4th annual East Africa Investor Conference is underway in Nairobi with focus on key market fundamentals and analysis on the political and economic landscape in Kenya and Sub-Saharan Africa. Joining CNBC Africa is Yvonne Mhango, SSA Economist Renaissance Capital and David Dalhuisen Head of Investment Banking, Africa Renaissance Capital.
Renaissance Capital upgrades Nigeria's GDP growth forecast