The reports listed below
NZ prospects for economic growth, consumer spending, housing, residential building, export prices and interest rates, economic growth prospects for NZ's main trading partners and global threats. It identifies the current stage of the economic cycle and the appropriate decisions. There is the option of monthly or quarterly reports.
Presents detailed analysis and two-year-ahead forecasts for NZ new dwelling consents and overviews for residential alterations, the section market and non-residential building. It includes analysis of prospects for the major drivers and identifies the stage of the cycle. There is the option of monthly or quarterly reports.
The quarterly reports present detailed analysis of the national and regional drivers and year-ahead forecasts for regional new dwelling consents. The regional forecasts are based on six drivers and leading indicators. The reports include an assessment of regional house price prospects and insights into prospects for the main city/cities. The Upper North Island report covers Northland, Auckland, Waikato and Bay of Plenty. The Lower North Island reports cover Hawke's Bay, Taranaki, Manawatu and Wellington. The South Island report covers Tasman-Nelson-Marlborough, Canterbury, Otago and Southland. The national report covers all 16 regions.
Present detailed analysis of prospects for NZ existing house sales and prices. Include an assessment of how housing stacks up as an investment. Identify the stage of the housing cycle and advise the appropriate decisions for the stage. Include an overview of section market prospects and analysis of prospects for the major drivers. There is the option of monthly or quarterly reports. Included are complementary quarterly supplements that assess house price prospects and relative value of 26 cities/districts.
Focus most on prospects for the NZD/USD and NZD/AUD. This is based on identification of the economic fundamentals that primarily drive cycle, Analysis of prospects for the fundamentals, an assessment of global threats and the implications for the cross rates, and, where relevant, allowance for cross-rate-specific behaviour. They also present overview assessments of prospects for the NZD/JPY, NZD/EUR and NZD/GBP; noting that these cross rates aren't so closely linked to the economic fundamentals but at times largely piggyback the NZD/USD. There is the option of monthly or quarterly reports.
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