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Latest Australia analysis
- Jul 15 2019
Another rate cut as confidence turns down. But exports and the labour market continue to perform well.
The high frequency data continue to give mixed signals on the outlook for the economy. After spiking up following the Federal election, business confidence has returned to a more subdued level, while...
- Jul 12 2019
Inner Sydney Apartments 2019-2026
A very strong development pipeline continues to work its way through in the Inner Sydney Apartment (ISA) area and, off the back of record apartment completions in 2018/19, another significant year of...
- Jul 10 2019
China: Building and Construction in China 2019-2023: July 2019 Update
Property curbing measures have contributed to the recent slow down in building activity. However, resilient domestic demand and commerical property investment will help support the sector. C...
- Jul 09 2019
Mining In Australia - July 2019 - Report
Adjustments have been made to our forecasts based on the most recent market activity and data released from the ABS. This edition of Mining in Australia updates forecasts and commentary for...
- Jul 09 2019
Firms and workers are driving the NAIRU lower
After a hiatus of almost three years, the RBA has resumed its loosening cycle, cutting the cash rate at consecutive board meetings and taking the policy rate to 1%. A reassessment of the degree...
- Jul 05 2019
South Korea: Building and Construction in South Korea 2019-2023: July 2019 Update
Prospects for the construction sector remain soft over the near term, buffeted by a weak external environment, the downturn in the semiconductor sector and a generally sluggish domestic economy.&#...
- Jul 03 2019
US-China trade truce brings temporary relief
The Trump-Xi meeting at the G20 summit saw both sides agree to a trade truce, with no new import tariffs to be imposed during negotiations. This is a positive development and should help contain dow...
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Latest Global Analysis
- May 17 2019
Global: Economic forecasts lowered on new tariff hikes
In response to the latest increases in the US and China tariffs, we have trimmed 0.1pp off our global GDP growth forecasts for 2019 and 2020.
- May 16 2019
In a global trade war, everyone loses
Trade tensions between the US and China are already jeopardizing global growth, but the current escalation could have far more serious consequences – not only for the two main protagonists but also fo...
- May 16 2019
Growth indicators point to stalling global momentum
Our advanced-economy (AE) growth indicator fell in April, continuing its downward trend. The sizeable drop in our indicator since mid-2018 suggests that global growth is running out of momentum. Despi...
- May 16 2019
Higher tariffs weigh on growth outlook
Following the breakdown in US-China trade talks, which led to further tariff hikes between the two, we have downgraded China’s GDP growth forecasts to 6.2% in 2019 and 5.9% in 2020 from 6.3% and...
- May 15 2019
Global: Secular stagnation worries as relevant as ever
Although we still do not expect the existing global slowdown to morph into something significantly nastier, the deceleration since 2017 confirms our view that the global economy will likely struggle t...
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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.