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Statistics New Zealand

Collapse in residential construction sentiment highlights another gloomy ANZ Business Outlook Survey
28th Jul 22, 1:17pm
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Collapse in residential construction sentiment highlights another gloomy ANZ Business Outlook Survey
Statistics New Zealand says the highest spending households are more affected by the rising mortgage rates
26th Jul 22, 11:26am
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Statistics New Zealand says the highest spending households are more affected by the rising mortgage rates
The surprisingly high inflation figure revealed this week has put the focus very firmly on some forthcoming economic events
19th Jul 22, 2:30pm
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The surprisingly high inflation figure revealed this week has put the focus very firmly on some forthcoming economic events
ANZ economists have changed their call and now see a higher peak of 4% for the OCR and say a 75-point rise next month 'is a very real possibility'; ASB also sees a chance of a 75-pointer
18th Jul 22, 1:53pm
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ANZ economists have changed their call and now see a higher peak of 4% for the OCR and say a 75-point rise next month 'is a very real possibility'; ASB also sees a chance of a 75-pointer
Latest inflation figures have come in even hotter than economists and the Reserve Bank had forecast
18th Jul 22, 10:54am
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Latest inflation figures have come in even hotter than economists and the Reserve Bank had forecast
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Statistics New Zealand says household net worth has fallen for the first time in nearly three years, while Kiwis have been spending nearly every dollar of their income
14th Jul 22, 11:39am
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Statistics New Zealand says household net worth has fallen for the first time in nearly three years, while Kiwis have been spending nearly every dollar of their income
David Hargreaves attempts to caution us against talking ourselves into a lingering economic downturn
12th Jul 22, 12:42pm
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David Hargreaves attempts to caution us against talking ourselves into a lingering economic downturn
Statistics New Zealand says retail spending - excluding fuel - dropped by 0.3% in June
11th Jul 22, 11:33am
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Statistics New Zealand says retail spending - excluding fuel - dropped by 0.3% in June
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The economy shrank in the three months to March, contrary to the expectations of the Reserve Bank, which had forecast 0.7% growth
16th Jun 22, 10:54am
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The economy shrank in the three months to March, contrary to the expectations of the Reserve Bank, which had forecast 0.7% growth
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Statistics New Zealand says food prices rose a seasonally adjusted 0.8% last month, with the annual rise climbing to 6.8%
14th Jun 22, 11:25am
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Statistics New Zealand says food prices rose a seasonally adjusted 0.8% last month, with the annual rise climbing to 6.8%
This week's release of March quarter GDP figures is likely to reflect the impact of the surge of Omicron - but the immediate prospects are for a future slowdown in any case
13th Jun 22, 10:16am
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This week's release of March quarter GDP figures is likely to reflect the impact of the surge of Omicron - but the immediate prospects are for a future slowdown in any case
Statistics New Zealand says food prices climbed 0.1% last month, with the rise in minimum wage having an impact
12th May 22, 11:14am
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Statistics New Zealand says food prices climbed 0.1% last month, with the rise in minimum wage having an impact
Economists are tentatively suggesting the 6.9% annual inflation rate might be somewhere near the peak, but they don't see high prices subsiding any time soon
21st Apr 22, 2:22pm
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Economists are tentatively suggesting the 6.9% annual inflation rate might be somewhere near the peak, but they don't see high prices subsiding any time soon
Inflation had its biggest annual jump since 1990, driven by housing and fuel related costs
21st Apr 22, 10:59am
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Inflation had its biggest annual jump since 1990, driven by housing and fuel related costs
Statistics New Zealand says the 7.6% annual hike in food prices is the biggest since 2011 - and that was affected by a GST rise; general inflation set to top 7% annual rate as at end of March
13th Apr 22, 11:15am
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Statistics New Zealand says the 7.6% annual hike in food prices is the biggest since 2011 - and that was affected by a GST rise; general inflation set to top 7% annual rate as at end of March
The economy bounced back in the last quarter of 2021 from the lockdown blues - but the bounce was nowhere near as strong as economists thought it would be
17th Mar 22, 10:58am
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The economy bounced back in the last quarter of 2021 from the lockdown blues - but the bounce was nowhere near as strong as economists thought it would be
This week's December quarter GDP figures will show a recovery from the sharp fall in September but all eyes will be on what the figures point to in the more problematic months ahead
14th Mar 22, 8:55am
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This week's December quarter GDP figures will show a recovery from the sharp fall in September but all eyes will be on what the figures point to in the more problematic months ahead
Statistics New Zealand says the $640 mln drop in credit and debit card spending last month was the first drop in spending since the August 2021 lockdown
10th Mar 22, 11:02am
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Statistics New Zealand says the $640 mln drop in credit and debit card spending last month was the first drop in spending since the August 2021 lockdown
Reserve Bank says 25 basis points OCR hike will see average mortgage holder pay an extra $825 a year
25th Feb 22, 5:00am
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Reserve Bank says 25 basis points OCR hike will see average mortgage holder pay an extra $825 a year
BNZ economists now see inflation hitting 6.6% in the first quarter of this year
14th Feb 22, 2:24pm
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BNZ economists now see inflation hitting 6.6% in the first quarter of this year
Inflation hit 3-decade high in December quarter, as consumer prices rose 5.9% over the year; Economists fear higher inflation is embedded
27th Jan 22, 11:17am
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Inflation hit 3-decade high in December quarter, as consumer prices rose 5.9% over the year; Economists fear higher inflation is embedded
Wider range of services opening in December, coupled with Christmas rush, boosts card spending by $157 million on previous month, Statistics NZ data shows
19th Jan 22, 3:13pm
by Toby Allen
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Wider range of services opening in December, coupled with Christmas rush, boosts card spending by $157 million on previous month, Statistics NZ data shows
Monthly jobs growth accelerated in November, continuing the surprising resilience of the previous 10 months
12th Jan 22, 4:16pm
by Toby Allen
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Monthly jobs growth accelerated in November, continuing the surprising resilience of the previous 10 months
Country sees second largest ever quarterly fall in GDP - but the result shows increasing resilience in the face of lockdown restraints
16th Dec 21, 11:00am
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Country sees second largest ever quarterly fall in GDP - but the result shows increasing resilience in the face of lockdown restraints
This week's GDP figures expected to show a drop - but by nothing like the sort of drop economists earlier expected
13th Dec 21, 10:18am
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This week's GDP figures expected to show a drop - but by nothing like the sort of drop economists earlier expected