Paul Bloxham

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Business Insider Australia
Australia's housing market will cool rather than crash next year -- unless there's a global shocksome Australian capitals recently — or whether this slowdown, like so many othe
Business Insider Australia / Posted yesterday
some Australian capitals recently — or whether this slowdown, like so many others before it, will be modest in scale. To Paul Bloxham, Chief Australia and New Zealeand Economist at HSBC, the housing market is likely to experience a soft landing... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
House prices off the boil, but will population growth keep things simmering?growth save house prices? However, while the brakes are being applied, does it
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
growth save house prices? However, while the brakes are being applied, does it mean a crash is imminent? HSBC's Paul Bloxham argued national housing price growth would merely throttle-back from the double-digit rates of recent years to... Read more
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WA Today
Australia's housing boom is almost over, says HSBCsix months, Sydney prices had fallen 1 per cent and Melbourne price growth had
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
six months, Sydney prices had fallen 1 per cent and Melbourne price growth had slowed to a 7 per cent annual rate, HSBC's Paul Bloxham said. Photo: Rob Homer HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham, said house prices in Sydney and... Read more
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The Age
Australia's housing boom is almost over, says HSBCsix months, Sydney prices had fallen 1 per cent and Melbourne price growth had
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
six months, Sydney prices had fallen 1 per cent and Melbourne price growth had slowed to a 7 per cent annual rate, HSBC's Paul Bloxham said. Photo: Rob Homer HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham, said house prices in Sydney and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's housing boom is almost over, says HSBCsix months, Sydney prices had fallen 1 per cent and Melbourne price growth had
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
six months, Sydney prices had fallen 1 per cent and Melbourne price growth had slowed to a 7 per cent annual rate, HSBC's Paul Bloxham said. Photo: Rob Homer HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham, said house prices in Sydney and... Read more
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News.com.au
Australia’s housing boom is almost overeconomist says. But it will be a soft landing rather than a property market cr
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
economist says. But it will be a soft landing rather than a property market crash. HSBC's chief economist for Australia, Paul Bloxham says house prices in Sydney and Melbourne have been growing at low double-digit annual rates over the past five... Read more
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Canberra Times
Aussie dollar could hit US90c in 2018, says HSBCin global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSB
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
in global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSBC chief economist Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. The currency is currently trading at around 75.5 US cents. Photo: AAP "Looking into 2018, we see the... Read more
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WA Today
Aussie dollar could hit US90c in 2018, says HSBCin global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSB
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
in global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSBC chief economist Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. The currency is currently trading at around 75.5 US cents. Photo: AAP "Looking into 2018, we see the... Read more
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TheBull
Aussie dollar poised for a surge in 2018in global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSB
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
in global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSBC chief economist Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. "Looking into 2018, we see the Australia dollar climbing, as we expect it to get support from a lift in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Australian dollar to strengthen in 2018in global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSB
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 days ago
in global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSBC chief economist Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. 'Looking into 2018, we see the Australia dollar climbing, as we expect it to get support from a lift in... Read more
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The Age
Aussie dollar poised to surge towards US90c in 2018, says HSBCin global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSB
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
in global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSBC chief economist Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. The currency is currently trading at around 75.5 US cents. Photo: AAP "Looking into 2018, we see the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie dollar poised to surge towards US90c in 2018, says HSBCin global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSB
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
in global monetary policy is likely to support gains for the Aussie dollar, HSBC chief economist Australia and New Zealand Paul Bloxham said. The currency is currently trading at around 75.5 US cents. Photo: AAP "Looking into 2018, we see the... Read more
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The Manila Times
Business investment boosts Aussie economydichotomy between the business and household sectors was plain to see in today’
The Manila Times / Posted 7 days ago
dichotomy between the business and household sectors was plain to see in today’s Q3 GDP numbers,” HSBC economists Paul Bloxham and Daniel Smith said in a note. “As yet, the improvement in business conditions has yet to meaningfully feed... Read more
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TheBull
RBA holds rates amid spending uncertaintyratio is yet to stabilise, and so gives the RBA little cause to celebrate on th
TheBull / Posted 9 days ago
ratio is yet to stabilise, and so gives the RBA little cause to celebrate on this front," she said. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said a tightening labour market would likely lift wages and inflation in 2018, and he expects a rate hike during... Read more
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The Courier Mail
RBA holds rates amid spending uncertaintyratio is yet to stabilise, and so gives the RBA little cause to celebrate on th
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
ratio is yet to stabilise, and so gives the RBA little cause to celebrate on this front," she said. HSBC chief economist Paul Bloxham said a tightening labour market would likely lift wages and inflation in 2018, and he expects a rate hike during... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
No housing shortage in Qld: ANUas HSBC joins investment bank UBS in calling the end of the housing boom in Aus
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 23 days ago
as HSBC joins investment bank UBS in calling the end of the housing boom in Australia. HSBC Australia chief economist Paul Bloxham said Sydney housing prices had stopped rising and price growth was slowing in Melbourne. “The housing... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Australia's housing market slowdown won't wreak havoc on the economyongoing concerns about potential financial instability. However, while some re
Business Insider Australia / Posted 23 days ago
ongoing concerns about potential financial instability. However, while some remain concerned about what the futures holds, Paul Bloxham, Chief Australia and New Zealand Economist at HSBC, is not, pointing out that there’s likely to be some... Read more
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