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Brisbane Times
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsgoing to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia,"
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
going to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia," said HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham. "Britain is a fairly small trading partner, as is the European Union," he said. "So I think the direct... Read more
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2d
WA Today
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsgoing to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia,"
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
going to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia," said HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham. "Britain is a fairly small trading partner, as is the European Union," he said. "So I think the direct... Read more
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2d
The Age
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsgoing to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia,"
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
going to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia," said HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham. "Britain is a fairly small trading partner, as is the European Union," he said. "So I think the direct... Read more
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3d
Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsgoing to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia,"
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
going to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia," said HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham. "Britain is a fairly small trading partner, as is the European Union," he said. "So I think the direct... Read more
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3d
Canberra Times
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economistsgoing to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia,"
Brexit will not force RBA rate cut, say economists
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
going to mean overall, and certainly not what it's going to mean to Australia," said HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham. "Britain is a fairly small trading partner, as is the European Union," he said. "So I think the direct... Read more
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8d
Perth Now
First quarterly home price fall in 3 yearsthe September quarter 2012. Falls in apartments, led by Melbourne, Perth and C
First quarterly home price fall in 3 years
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
the September quarter 2012. Falls in apartments, led by Melbourne, Perth and Canberra, drove weakness. HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith expect the property market to cool further over coming quarters, despite a strong price growth... Read more
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8d
TheBull
First quarterly home price fall in 3 yearsquarter 2012. Falls in apartments, led by Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Canberr
First quarterly home price fall in 3 years
TheBull / Posted 8 days ago
quarter 2012. Falls in apartments, led by Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Canberra, drove weakness. HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith expect the property market to cool further over coming quarters, despite a strong price growth... Read more
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8d
Adelaide Now
First quarterly home price fall in 3 yearsquarter 2012. Falls in apartments, led by Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Canberr
First quarterly home price fall in 3 years
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
quarter 2012. Falls in apartments, led by Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Canberra, drove weakness. HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith expect the property market to cool further over coming quarters, despite a strong price growth... Read more
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8d
Canberra Times
HSBC: property price growth to halve in 2016House price growth in Sydney and Melbourne is set to halve in the coming months
HSBC: property price growth to halve in 2016
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
House price growth in Sydney and Melbourne is set to halve in the coming months, says HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham, the latest economist to have a stab at when the property market might come off the boil. Following a lull over Christmas, Sydney... Read more
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8d
Brisbane Times
HSBC: property price growth to halve in 2016House price growth in Sydney and Melbourne is set to halve in the coming months
HSBC: property price growth to halve in 2016
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
House price growth in Sydney and Melbourne is set to halve in the coming months, says HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham, the latest economist to have a stab at when the property market might come off the boil. Following a lull over Christmas, Sydney... Read more
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8d
WA Today
HSBC: property price growth to halve in 2016House price growth in Sydney and Melbourne is set to halve in the coming months
HSBC: property price growth to halve in 2016
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
House price growth in Sydney and Melbourne is set to halve in the coming months, says HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham, the latest economist to have a stab at when the property market might come off the boil. Following a lull over Christmas, Sydney... Read more
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8d
The Age
HSBC: property price growth to halve in 2016Tanya Lake House price growth in Sydney and Melbourne is set to halve in the c
HSBC: property price growth to halve in 2016
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
Tanya Lake House price growth in Sydney and Melbourne is set to halve in the coming months, says HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham, the latest economist to have a stab at when the property market might come off the boil. Following a lull over... Read more
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8d
Sydney Morning Herald
HSBC: property price growth to halve in 2016Tanya Lake House price growth in Sydney and Melbourne is set to halve in the c
HSBC: property price growth to halve in 2016
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Tanya Lake House price growth in Sydney and Melbourne is set to halve in the coming months, says HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham, the latest economist to have a stab at when the property market might come off the boil. Following a lull over... Read more
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15d
Sydney Morning Herald
Why low rates failed to spur business investmentdiscourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In an
Why low rates failed to spur business investment
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
discourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In any case, HSBC's chief economist for Australia Paul Bloxham says non-mining companies in Australia will eventually need to invest again to lift productivity and so the... Read more
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16d
WA Today
Australian banks face more loan curbs in New Zealandfor investors. At the moment, APRA has capped investor loan growth at 10 per c
Australian banks face more loan curbs in New Zealand
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
for investors. At the moment, APRA has capped investor loan growth at 10 per cent a year. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said there appeared a revival in Australian house prices, though it was not clear whether property investors... Read more
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16d
The Age
Australian banks face more loan curbs in New Zealandfor investors. At the moment, APRA has capped investor loan growth at 10 per c
Australian banks face more loan curbs in New Zealand
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
for investors. At the moment, APRA has capped investor loan growth at 10 per cent a year. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said there appeared a revival in Australian house prices, though it was not clear whether property investors... Read more
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16d
Sydney Morning Herald
Australian banks face more loan curbs in New Zealandfor investors. At the moment, APRA has capped investor loan growth at 10 per c
Australian banks face more loan curbs in New Zealand
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
for investors. At the moment, APRA has capped investor loan growth at 10 per cent a year. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said there appeared a revival in Australian house prices, though it was not clear whether property investors... Read more
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16d
Canberra Times
Australian banks face more loan curbs in New Zealandfor investors. At the moment, APRA has capped investor loan growth at 10 per c
Australian banks face more loan curbs in New Zealand
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
for investors. At the moment, APRA has capped investor loan growth at 10 per cent a year. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said there appeared a revival in Australian house prices, though it was not clear whether property investors... Read more
6 related stories
16d
Brisbane Times
Why low rates failed to spur business investmentdiscourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In an
Why low rates failed to spur business investment
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
discourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In any case, HSBC's chief economist for Australia Paul Bloxham says non-mining companies in Australia will eventually need to invest again to lift productivity and so the... Read more
5 related stories
16d
Brisbane Times
Australian banks face more loan curbs in New Zealandfor investors. At the moment, APRA has capped investor loan growth at 10 per c
Australian banks face more loan curbs in New Zealand
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
for investors. At the moment, APRA has capped investor loan growth at 10 per cent a year. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said there appeared a revival in Australian house prices, though it was not clear whether property investors... Read more
6 related stories
16d
WA Today
Why low rates failed to spur business investmentdiscourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In an
Why low rates failed to spur business investment
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
discourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In any case, HSBC's chief economist for Australia Paul Bloxham says non-mining companies in Australia will eventually need to invest again to lift productivity and so the... Read more
5 related stories
16d
Canberra Times
Why low rates failed to spur business investmentdiscourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In an
Why low rates failed to spur business investment
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
discourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In any case, HSBC's chief economist for Australia Paul Bloxham says non-mining companies in Australia will eventually need to invest again to lift productivity and so the... Read more
5 related stories
17d
The Age
Why low rates failed to spur business investmentdiscourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In an
Why low rates failed to spur business investment
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
discourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In any case, HSBC's chief economist for Australia Paul Bloxham says non-mining companies in Australia will eventually need to invest again to lift productivity and so the... Read more
5 related stories
17d
Sydney Morning Herald
Why low rates failed to spur business investmentdiscourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In an
Why low rates failed to spur business investment
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
discourage business investment either, nor keep consumers from spending. In any case, HSBC's chief economist for Australia Paul Bloxham says non-mining companies in Australia will eventually need to invest again to lift productivity and so the... Read more
5 related stories
19d
Weekly Times
Opaque RBA leaves economists puzzledbut its accompanying announcement was unusually light on the clues economists u
Opaque RBA leaves economists puzzled
Weekly Times / Posted 19 days ago
but its accompanying announcement was unusually light on the clues economists usually manage to find in it. HSBC's Paul Bloxham summed up the reaction to the unusually opaque statement. "Is it one and done, or is there more to come?" he... Read more
20d
The Courier Mail
Opaque RBA leaves economists puzzledbut its accompanying announcement was unusually light on the clues economists u
Opaque RBA leaves economists puzzled
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
but its accompanying announcement was unusually light on the clues economists usually manage to find in it. HSBC's Paul Bloxham summed up the reaction to the unusually opaque statement. "Is it one and done, or is there more to come?" he... Read more
22d
TheBull
RBA holds cash rate, watching inflationequipment, fell 5.2 per cent in the March quarter - much worse than forecasts o
RBA holds cash rate, watching inflation
TheBull / Posted 22 days ago
equipment, fell 5.2 per cent in the March quarter - much worse than forecasts of a 3.5 per cent fall. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said the mining downturn was behind the investment slump, but the key question was when other sectors would fill... Read more
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22d
The New Zealand Herald
NZ homes among most indebted30, 2015 - ranking us seventh highest out of 42 economies in data collected by
NZ homes among most indebted
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 days ago
30, 2015 - ranking us seventh highest out of 42 economies in data collected by the Bank for International Settlements. Paul Bloxham, HSBC chief economist for Australia and New Zealand, says distribution and serviceability is more important than... Read more
23d
WA Today
Metals price rally triggers share price surgedollar terms. "Commodity prices are likely to have passed their trough in Janu
Metals price rally triggers share price surge
WA Today / Posted 23 days ago
dollar terms. "Commodity prices are likely to have passed their trough in January and February," said HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham. "There is a moderate upward trend under way. "Forcing commodity prices to decline was the increase in supply... Read more
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23d
Canberra Times
Metals price rally triggers share price surgedollar terms. "Commodity prices are likely to have passed their trough in Janu
Metals price rally triggers share price surge
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
dollar terms. "Commodity prices are likely to have passed their trough in January and February," said HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham. "There is a moderate upward trend under way. "Forcing commodity prices to decline was the increase in supply... Read more
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23d
Brisbane Times
Metals price rally triggers share price surgedollar terms. "Commodity prices are likely to have passed their trough in Janu
Metals price rally triggers share price surge
Brisbane Times / Posted 23 days ago
dollar terms. "Commodity prices are likely to have passed their trough in January and February," said HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham. "There is a moderate upward trend under way. "Forcing commodity prices to decline was the increase in supply... Read more
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23d
The Age
Metals price rally triggers share price surgedollar terms. "Commodity prices are likely to have passed their trough in Janu
Metals price rally triggers share price surge
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
dollar terms. "Commodity prices are likely to have passed their trough in January and February," said HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham. "There is a moderate upward trend under way. "Forcing commodity prices to decline was the increase in supply... Read more
4 related stories
23d
Sydney Morning Herald
Metals price rally triggers share price surgedollar terms. "Commodity prices are likely to have passed their trough in Janu
Metals price rally triggers share price surge
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
dollar terms. "Commodity prices are likely to have passed their trough in January and February," said HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham. "There is a moderate upward trend under way. "Forcing commodity prices to decline was the increase in supply... Read more
4 related stories
23d
Sydney Morning Herald
Focus on RBA, RBNZ mixed with Chinese trade datainflation is too low, and the case could be made for a further cut, an immediat
Focus on RBA, RBNZ mixed with Chinese trade data
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
inflation is too low, and the case could be made for a further cut, an immediate cut seems unlikely," said Paul Bloxham, senior economist at HSBC. Housing finance data is due on Wednesday, and is forecast to have increased 3 per... Read more
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23d
Canberra Times
Focus on RBA, RBNZ mixed with Chinese trade datainflation is too low, and the case could be made for a further cut, an immediat
Focus on RBA, RBNZ mixed with Chinese trade data
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
inflation is too low, and the case could be made for a further cut, an immediate cut seems unlikely," said Paul Bloxham, senior economist at HSBC. Housing finance data is due on Wednesday, and is forecast to have increased 3 per... Read more
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23d
Canberra Times
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in Augustthe better-than-expected economic growth figures. Unemployment has also held st
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in August
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
the better-than-expected economic growth figures. Unemployment has also held steady at 5.7 per cent. HSBC senior economist Paul Bloxham says while inflation is indeed too low, and the RBA expects it to stay low, there is no overwhelming hurry to... Read more
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23d
Brisbane Times
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in Augustthe better-than-expected economic growth figures. Unemployment has also held st
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in August
Brisbane Times / Posted 23 days ago
the better-than-expected economic growth figures. Unemployment has also held steady at 5.7 per cent. HSBC senior economist Paul Bloxham says while inflation is indeed too low, and the RBA expects it to stay low, there is no overwhelming hurry to... Read more
37 related stories
23d
Brisbane Times
Focus on RBA, RBNZ mixed with Chinese trade datainflation is too low, and the case could be made for a further cut, an immediat
Focus on RBA, RBNZ mixed with Chinese trade data
Brisbane Times / Posted 23 days ago
inflation is too low, and the case could be made for a further cut, an immediate cut seems unlikely," said Paul Bloxham, senior economist at HSBC. Housing finance data is due on Wednesday, and is forecast to have increased 3 per... Read more
37 related stories
23d
The Age
Focus on RBA, RBNZ mixed with Chinese trade datainflation is too low, and the case could be made for a further cut, an immediat
Focus on RBA, RBNZ mixed with Chinese trade data
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
inflation is too low, and the case could be made for a further cut, an immediate cut seems unlikely," said Paul Bloxham, senior economist at HSBC. Housing finance data is due on Wednesday, and is forecast to have increased 3 per... Read more
37 related stories
23d
The Age
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in Augustthe better-than-expected economic growth figures. Unemployment has also held st
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in August
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
the better-than-expected economic growth figures. Unemployment has also held steady at 5.7 per cent. HSBC senior economist Paul Bloxham says while inflation is indeed too low, and the RBA expects it to stay low, there is no overwhelming hurry to... Read more
37 related stories
23d
Sydney Morning Herald
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in Augustthe better-than-expected economic growth figures. Unemployment has also held st
Economists tip RBA to hold in June, cut in August
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
the better-than-expected economic growth figures. Unemployment has also held steady at 5.7 per cent. HSBC senior economist Paul Bloxham says while inflation is indeed too low, and the RBA expects it to stay low, there is no overwhelming hurry to... Read more
37 related stories
24d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The RBA set to meet as odds of a Fed cut divewith the RBA's forecast for growth this year of 3 per cent, so it is not really
The RBA set to meet as odds of a Fed cut dive
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
with the RBA's forecast for growth this year of 3 per cent, so it is not really that startling in that context. As HSBC's Paul Bloxham pointed out while the RBA may even consider revising up its growth forecasts, the composition of the growth... Read more
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26d
Perth Now
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekthe total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held st
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
Perth Now / Posted 26 days ago
the total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held steady at 5.7 per cent. HSBC senior economist Paul Bloxham said RBA's outlook for low inflation is unlikely to have changed since its May decision. "Although inflation is... Read more
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26d
Sky News Australia
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekthe total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held st
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
Sky News Australia / Posted 26 days ago
the total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held steady at 5.7 per cent. HSBC senior economist Paul Bloxham said RBA's outlook for low inflation is unlikely to have changed since its May decision. 'Although inflation is... Read more
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26d
Adelaide Now
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekthe total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held st
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
Adelaide Now / Posted 26 days ago
the total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held steady at 5.7 per cent. HSBC senior economist Paul Bloxham said RBA's outlook for low inflation is unlikely to have changed since its May decision. "Although inflation is... Read more
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26d
Herald Sun
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekthe total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held st
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
Herald Sun / Posted 26 days ago
the total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held steady at 5.7 per cent. HSBC senior economist Paul Bloxham said RBA's outlook for low inflation is unlikely to have changed since its May decision. "Although inflation is... Read more
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26d
Weekly Times
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekthe total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held st
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
Weekly Times / Posted 26 days ago
the total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held steady at 5.7 per cent. HSBC senior economist Paul Bloxham said RBA's outlook for low inflation is unlikely to have changed since its May decision. "Although inflation is... Read more
37 related stories
26d
The Courier Mail
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next weekthe total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held st
RBA to hold rates at 1.75% next week
The Courier Mail / Posted 26 days ago
the total amount of spending in the economy. The unemployment has also held steady at 5.7 per cent. HSBC senior economist Paul Bloxham said RBA's outlook for low inflation is unlikely to have changed since its May decision. "Although inflation is... Read more
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26d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Dramatic and destabilising' housing collapse could derail economy: OECDwe have seen evidence that has been cooling the housing market," said HSBC chie
'Dramatic and destabilising' housing collapse could derail economy: OECD
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 26 days ago
we have seen evidence that has been cooling the housing market," said HSBC chief economist for Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham. "We think think that it might require more tightening and more turning up of that dial to try to cool the... Read more
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27d
WA Today
It's the kind of debt the RBA likes to seeis what we've been looking for - more signs that growth is shifting from mining
It's the kind of debt the RBA likes to see
WA Today / Posted 27 days ago
is what we've been looking for - more signs that growth is shifting from mining to the non-mining sectors," said Paul Bloxham, chief Australia economist at HSBC Holdings in Sydney. "This is another piece of evidence that tells you that... Read more
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