BIS Oxford Economics is Australia’s leading provider of macroeconomics and industry forecasts, underpinned by over 50 years of experience and a team of 30 economists and analysts.
Our economists are expert at applying advanced economic tools to provide valuable insights into today’s most pressing business, financial, and policy issues.
Latest Australia analysis
- Oct 18 2019
Mining investment digging itself out of the downturn
With the last of the major LNG installations in Western Australia and the Northern Territory (Wheatstone, Icthys and Prelude) approaching completion, FY19 is likely to be the trough of the current min...
- Oct 14 2019
India: Building and Construction in India 2019-2023: October 2019 Update
Increased public expenditure is expected to have offset weakness in residential buildings over the last year. We expect the trend to continue in the short term, but we think that fiscal slippage risk...
- Oct 11 2019
Housing churn an overlooked driver of economic activity
Turnover in the housing stock is an understated yet crucial indicator of the health of the housing market, that has a significant impact on the broader economy. The level of turnover has fallen nearly...
- Oct 08 2019
RBA cut cash rate to 0.75% amid uptick in unemployment rate and subdued business and consumer confidence surveys. Growth still seen at around 2% over FY20
High frequency data released over the past month have been subdued; business confidence has fallen into negative territory and the consumer surveys have worsened. The labour market has held steady, wi...
- Oct 07 2019
Vietnam: Building and Construction in Vietnam 2019-2023: October 2019 Update
Despite permits granted since April, most previously halted building projects (in review of their conformity with laws) have not progressed rapidly. This and delays in new project approvals in HCMC an...
- Oct 04 2019
Gauging labour market momentum
The Reserve Bank’s most recent decision to lower interest rates was motivated by concerns over momentum in the labour market. The unemployment rate has been broadly steady for some time, while employm...
- Oct 03 2019
Sydney Suburban Centres and Office Parks 2019 – 2029
Latest data updates have not changed our view that the upswing in Sydney’s suburban office markets has four years to run and will only end when sufficient supply comes on stream to balance the mar...
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Latest Global Analysis
- Oct 01 2019
Credit indicators are blinking, but not yet red
Two key credit indicators – global bank credit standards and the credit impulse – are pointing to weak global growth ahead, but are not yet signalling a recession. While both measures show a slightly...
- Oct 01 2019
What 300 banking crises tell us about recession risks
Analysis of systemic banking crisis and recovery trends over the past two centuries broadly supports our baseline forecast that we are headed for a moderate downturn, rather than recession.
- Sep 26 2019
Consumers alone shouldn’t trigger the next recession
If consumers in advanced economies were to hike their savings and rein in their discretionary spending in response to fears about the economy, we project global GDP growth in 2020 would slow to a subd...
- Sep 23 2019
House price corrections a recession risk, but only locally
For the advanced economies (AE), house price corrections go hand in hand with recessions. In severe downturns overextension of household debt, low housing affordability and rising mortgage rates play...
- Sep 23 2019
Five shocks that could lead to recession
Although world growth has slowed sharply, we are still some way from global recession territory. Additional shocks, probably in combination, would be needed to tip the global economy into recession.
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Report contains a three year forecast outlook for median house and unit prices for Australia’s state and territory capital cities and selected regional centres. Analysis and forecasts of key drivers, including economic indicators, migration, population growth and underlying demand and supply are also included.