Botswana: Equities Look Poised For Gains

November 2009
Emerging Markets Monitor;11/23/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 32, p21
Country Report
The article offers an economic outlook for Botswana for 2009-2010. The end of the downtrend will be signaled by a break in the Botswana Domestic Companies Index (DCI) which is approaching resistance in the 7,400 area. It expects a v-shaped recovery with gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 5.0% in 2010. Meanwhile, the Foreign Companies Index has posted gains of 15.0%, which may be driven by a rally of the S&P GSCI Industrial Metals Index.


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