Paul Bloxham

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The Courier Mail
Economists find reasons to be upbeatto 2.9 per cent for 2016, but by a heftier 0.3 to 3.0 per cent for 2017. Also
Economists find reasons to be upbeat
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
to 2.9 per cent for 2016, but by a heftier 0.3 to 3.0 per cent for 2017. Also looking on the bright side, HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith were keen to report progress with what they called "Australia's great rebalancing act". "The... Read more
22d
Brisbane Times
RBA would "welcome" strong US jobs data, economists saycutting again. Photo: Louie Douvis "This is welcome news for the RBA," HSBC ch
RBA would "welcome" strong US jobs data, economists say
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 days ago
cutting again. Photo: Louie Douvis "This is welcome news for the RBA," HSBC chief economist for Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. The central bank would be hoping the US economy was on track in its economic recovery, paving the way for... Read more
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22d
Sydney Morning Herald
RBA would "welcome" strong US jobs data, economists saycutting again. Photo: Louie Douvis "This is welcome news for the RBA," HSBC ch
RBA would "welcome" strong US jobs data, economists say
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 days ago
cutting again. Photo: Louie Douvis "This is welcome news for the RBA," HSBC chief economist for Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. The central bank would be hoping the US economy was on track in its economic recovery, paving the way for... Read more
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24d
The Daily Reckoning
Central Bankers are Flogging a Dead HorseAMP thinks the cash rate will start to rise in quarter three of 2015 and will c
Central Bankers are Flogging a Dead Horse
The Daily Reckoning / Posted 24 days ago
AMP thinks the cash rate will start to rise in quarter three of 2015 and will continue to rise to a new normal of 3.75%. ‘Paul Bloxham, chief economist at HSBC thinks rates will rise in the second quarter of 2015 and will reach a new normal of... Read more
24d
New Zealand's National Business Review
Traders see outside chance Reserve Bank will cut OCR below 2% next weekasking whether the Reserve Bank could choose to cut by 50 bps in August," HSBC
Traders see outside chance Reserve Bank will cut OCR below 2% next week
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 24 days ago
asking whether the Reserve Bank could choose to cut by 50 bps in August," HSBC Australia and New Zealand chief economist Paul Bloxham said in a note. "We doubt this is likely, as it would give the sense of an emergency situation, which we do not... Read more
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25d
The New Zealand Herald
Interest rate cut is a foregone conclusion - tradersmarket are asking whether the RBNZ could choose to cut by 50 bps in August," HS
Interest rate cut is a foregone conclusion - traders
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 25 days ago
market are asking whether the RBNZ could choose to cut by 50 bps in August," HSBC Australia and New Zealand chief economist Paul Bloxham said in a note. "We doubt this is likely, as it would give the sense of an emergency situation, which we do not... Read more

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