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Latest Australia analysis
- Apr 30 2019
Engineering Construction in Australia 2019 - 2033 April Update
The ongoing completion of LNG projects in WA and NT resulted in headline engineering construction work done falling year-on-year in the December quarter, 2018. But this result hides generally increas...
- Apr 26 2019
Contribution from tourism slowing but still positive
The tourism sector has grown robustly over the past five years, benefitting from the positive upturn in global growth momentum and the depreciation of the AUD. As international travel has become more...
- Apr 23 2019
China: Building and Construction in China 2019-2023: April 2019 Update
Additional property curbing measures and heavily indebted developers has resulted in a slowdown in construction activity over recent quarters. We expect a decline in floor area comple...
- Apr 18 2019
Vietnam: Building and Construction in Vietnam 2019-2023: April 2019 Update
Construction sector activity will remain positive over the outlook period, backed by solid GDP growth averaging around 6.2% pa over the five years to 2023. Longer term demand for real estate r...
- Apr 18 2019
Global credit indicators point to gradual recovery
Our indicators of global credit conditions point to world growth remaining modest but recovering gradually in the coming quarters. The 'credit impulse' indicator we use to measure changes in the flow...
- Apr 17 2019
- Apr 17 2019
Taiwan: Building and Construction in Taiwan 2019-2023: April 2019 Update
The profile for construction sector growth over the next five years is broadly flat, with an increase in residential construction set to offset a decline in work done in the non-residential sector...
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Latest Global Analysis
- May 07 2019
New trade tension likely to subside but risks have shot up
Negotiations on a US-China trade deal took a sharp turn for the worse in recent days. The US says it plans to lift tariffs on Friday after it claims China backtracked on commitments made earlier. Howe...
- May 06 2019
Trump threatens China tariffs as deal making gets tough
Benefitting from a deceptively solid 3.2% real GDP advance in Q1 and a strong April jobs report, President Trump threatened to impose fresh tariffs on China. While the threat rattled markets that had...
- May 03 2019
A new tool for managing currency risk
Following the release of our Sovereign Risk Tool, we are introducing a new way to monitor and manage currency risk – Oxford Economics’ FX Risk Tool, which is a composite measure of vulnerability to a...
- May 03 2019
Navigating the next EM currency crisis
Despite significant adjustments since last year, the Argentinian peso and Turkish lira are still the two currencies most vulnerable to a renewed downturn in market sentiment according to our new FX Ri...
- Apr 29 2019
Falling job mobility is adding to the wages squeeze
Contrary to conventional wisdom, the rise of the gig economy has not sparked a leap in job mobility. In fact, our analysis shows that employees in advanced economies are job-hopping less than prior to...
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.
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.