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Further insight into the performance of the economy in the second quarter will come in the week ahead, with mining, manufacturing and retail sales numbers for May expected to paint a mixed picture amid fallout from flooding in KwaZulu-Natal and a rise in load-shedding.

Data on Tuesday is expected to show manufacturing output  rebounded after a 7.8% slump year on year in April, with the median expectation among economists polled by Bloomberg for growth of 1.2% in May...

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