Welcome to the October 4 edition of Tony Alexander's Weekly Overview

 

 

In London Now - Data Poor Here

This is the first Thursday in the month so if you have a spare minute please feel free to click on the url here and let us know whether you feel that the NZ economy will be better or worse in a year’s time. If you have a minute also let us know how things are in your particular sector at the moment remembering to specify what that sector is.

http://survey.usuite.com/survey/7f801dd05f3742619b046cc119c15106.sur


This week the main piece of news has been the cut of 0.25% in interest rates across the ditch which has pushed the NZD to a 13 month high against the Aussie dollar. It is very unlikely that their rate cut will be followed by one in NZ and in this week’s WO I explain yet again why that is the case – a rising housing market. We have received more data this week showing tightness in housing supply in New Zealand and in particular in Auckland.

Weekly Overview in bits

This is the WO section on housing and what I would do if I were a borrower.

http://tonyalexander.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Housing-October-4.pdf

My introductory article and some observations on London and EuroDisney are here.

http://tonyalexander.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Cutout-October-4.pdf

The entire WO is available here.

http://tonyalexander.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/WOOctober-41.pdf


Best regards
Tony Alexander
Chief Economist
www.tonyalexander.co.nz

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