The ANZ Economics & Markets Research team is headed by Chief Economist, Cameron Bagrie. Cameron’s team of experienced strategists and economists provide forecasts and research on the New Zealand economy and financial markets.
Weekly developments in the international and local financial markets, and economic commentary.
View important data and policy releases.
View forecasts for the macro-economy and trends in New Zealand’s financial markets.
The results of a monthly survey of 1,500 businesses nationwide. Components in the survey are highly correlated with GDP.
A summary of the price trends for New Zealand’s 17 main commodity exports.
Bi-monthly overview of developments in the rural sector, combined with research on topical issues (previously Rural Focus).
Monthly overview of property market, assessing trends, the outlook and suggested strategies for borrowers.
What's been happening in your region? The quarterly analysis of the ups and downs of economic indicators throughout the country will keep you up to speed.
A monthly measure of consumer confidence in the New Zealand economy and how this affects their spending behaviour.
Monthly indication of New Zealand labour market trends based on online and print job advertising.
Monthly indicator of NZ economic momentum using traffic volumes data.
Our Monthly Inflation Gauge provides a directional signal of broad trends and movements in non-tradable CPI inflation.
View the value of the New Zealand dollar (NZD) exchange rate from historical rates through to the most recent hourly updates.
A graphical summary of key NZ interest rates, updated throughout each business day.
A timetable of forthcoming releases for ANZ Commodity Price Index and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence.
For further information about any of the ANZ economic publications, please contact the publications officer. If you would like to be added to our electronic distribution list, please send an email to email@example.com detailing a list of the publications that you would like to receive via email.
Call (04) 802 2217
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