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Westpac is Australia's first bank and oldest company, one of four major banking organisations in Australia and one of the largest banks in New Zealand.

Why Do We Expect The RBA To Cut Rates In September?

We expect the first cut in Australia to occur after the late-September meeting. Here we explain our reasoning behind this timing.

Labour Demand and Investment Under Pressure

Key insights from the week that was.

NZ First Impressions: Consumers Price Index, December Quarter 2023

Consumer prices rose by 0.5% in the December quarter, leaving them up 4.7% over the past year. The December result was in line with our forecast, but below the RBNZ's expectation.

The Beats of Their Own Drums

Australia has been later to the inflation surge and disinflation than peer economies.

Labour Market Critical to Households' Resilience

Key insights from the week that was.

NZIER Survey of Business Opinion, Q4 2023

The latest update on business sentiment pointed to resilience in activity and easing inflation pressures.

Australia: Inflation Continues to Moderate in November

While dwelling and rents may still be of concern, the increase in household services prices was less than expected while many household goods are not measured in November, the month for the increasingly significant Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales.

Markets Daily

A solid U.S. November employment report sparked a rise in U.S. yields, though a slide in consumer inflation expectations reinforced Fed easing expectations. Equities rallied but AUD slipped to 0.6570.

Policy's Effect Being Felt

Key insights from the week that was.

We Reaffirm Our View RBA Will hold in December, But February 2024 Meeting Still Live

Today we reaffirm our view that the RBA is unlikely to raise the cash rate at its December meeting.

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