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On the eve of the Reserve Bank’s decision on interest rates, data signalled that the spike in price hikes that pushed the inflation rate to a 30-month high in May may have been a blip.

That may give policymakers scope to support an economy that has suffered another blow from a week of chaos and looting by keeping interest rates at their lowest level in about five decades even as food and transport continue to put moderate pressure on prices...

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