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Latest Australia analysis
- Sep 26 2018
Mining in Australia - Sept 2018 - Report
Although market sentiment still remains relatively positive for the commodities industry, factors such as the extent of the economic slowdown in China, trade wars, the spill over effects of broader e...
- Sep 22 2018
Indonesia: Building and Construction in Indonesia 2018-2022: September 2018 Update
Total construction investment (work done value) growth is expected to slow to 9% in 2018 given uncertainties over the short to medium term, pending the outcome of the presidential election and exte...
- Sep 21 2018
Brisbane Commercial Property Prospects 2018 – 2028
The Brisbane office market is locked in the paradoxical situation where the investment (strong) and the leasing (weak) markets are at virtually opposite ends of their respective cycles. While the wors...
- Sep 20 2018
Ramping up the US-China trade war
The latest announcement of further US tariffs on imports from China, and China's vow to retaliate, mark a major escalation of their conflict that will hit global economic growth beyond what we current...
- Sep 19 2018
Malaysia: Building and Construction in Malaysia 2018-2022: September 2018 Update
The overall value of construction commencements is expected to fall further in 2018, partly related to lingering base effects from 2016’s civil engineering surge, but also due to renewed weakness in ...
- Sep 18 2018
Road Construction in Australia 2018-32 September Update
BIS Oxford Economics has just released the September 2018 quarterly update for Road Construction in Australia subscribers, containing the latest data and forecasts for road construction activity and ...
- Sep 14 2018
Building Industry Prospects September 2018 Bulletin
It is expected that total building commencements peaked at $119.2 billion in 2017/18 (constant 2015/16 prices), with activity set to decline moderately over 2018/19 (-5%) and 2019/20 (-4%). Overwhelm...
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Latest Global Analysis
- Nov 15 2018
Early evidence on who’s winning the trade war
Financial market moves since February suggest the US is getting the better of China in their trade war. But is this right? Actual evidence on trade flows is only just starting to emerge and is mixed&#...
- Nov 08 2018
Oxford Economics Global Risk Survey: Q4 2018
Businesses are increasingly concerned about the risk of a sharp global slowdown, based on our latest survey of global risk perceptions. More than 1 in 5 respondents now perceive risks to economic grow...
- Nov 06 2018
Global credit conditions diverge further
The divergence in global credit conditions we noted earlier this year has become more marked. Our measure of global standards continued to ease in Q3 but only due to loosening standards in the US. A m...
- Nov 06 2018
PMIs point to only a gradual loss of growth momentum
Recent activity news confirms that the global economy continues to stage a fairly synchronised but gradual slowdown, with few obvious bright spots outside the US. But for now, the latest data are not ...
- Nov 01 2018
Reports of the dollar’s demise greatly exaggerated
Speculation that the dollar could lose its status as the world’s main reserve currency “sooner rather than later” looks, in our view, wide of the mark. Across a range of international uses, the dollar...
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Engineering Construction in Australia provides the best analysis, insights and forecasts of Australia’s dynamic civil construction market across transport (roads, bridges, railways, harbours), utilities (water, sewerage, electricity, telecommunications), recreation, pipelines and mining and heavy industry construction. Updated quarterly, including an extensive databank, detailed forecasts and project lists.
A comprehensive overview of the long run Australia residential and non-residential outlook. Includes detailed forecasts by sector, including houses, apartments, offices, retail, warehouses, accommodation, education and health.
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.