BIS Oxford Economics is Australia’s leading provider of macroeconomics and industry forecasts, underpinned by over 50 years of experience and a team of 30 economists and analysts.
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Latest Australia analysis
- Oct 30 2019
Philippines: Building and Construction in the Philippines 2019-2023: October 2019 Update
In work done terms, the outlook for total construction will continue along its positive trajectory. However, approvals in floor area terms for residential and non-residential building is forecast to...
- Oct 30 2019
Sydney Land Study
The recent high level of lot supply in Sydney is expected to fall sharply in the short-term, with residential land activity expected to weaken through 2019/20. However, as existing supply is absorbed...
- Oct 29 2019
The Outlook for Residential Land in Adelaide 2019
Residential land activity in Adelaide is expected to weaken through 2019/20, however tightening supply will see a recovery beginning to emerge from 2020/21 and continue over the following three ye...
- Oct 28 2019
Adelaide Commercial Property Prospects 2019-2029
The Adelaide office market recovery received a boost from the strongest net absorption in a decade in H1 (and FY) 2019. That helped the CBD vacancy rate to reach a 5-year low of 12.8% at June 2019...
- Oct 24 2019
Where to for the Participation Rate?
Labour force participation has surprised to the upside in recent years. This additional supply of labour has dampened pressure in the labour market, and partly explains the underwhelming pace of wage...
- Oct 24 2019
Singapore: Building and Construction in Singapore 2019-2023: October 2019 Update
Construction demand this year is expected to fall back by 7% (revised up from a 13.5% decline), due largely to softening demand and uncertainties over the economic environment. Residential constructi...
- Oct 18 2019
Mining investment digging itself out of the downturn
With the last of the major LNG installations in Western Australia and the Northern Territory (Wheatstone, Icthys and Prelude) approaching completion, FY19 is likely to be the trough of the current min...
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Latest Global Analysis
- Nov 18 2019
Global Macro Themes and Asset Views Chartbook, November 2019
In our global macro chartbook for November, we summarise our views on current global themes and asset markets, and link to our research highlights over the last month. We forecast that world GDP this...
- Nov 15 2019
Global: Asset price valuations threaten 2020 stabilisation
Another difficult year is in prospect for the global economy. Still, while we are more pessimistic than consensus forecasts, we do at least expect the economy to arrest the slide in 2020.
- Nov 14 2019
EM and dollar strength: this time’s more resilient
A strong dollar may be negative for emerging markets by increasing the burden of dollar-denominated debt, lowering commodity prices, choking off capital inflows, or by forcing up interest rates and tr...
- Nov 13 2019
Global: Consumers remain resilient for now
The risk of a substantial slowdown in global GDP growth in 2020 remains high. However, in the nearer term we continue to think household spending in the advanced economies will remain pretty resilient...
- Nov 13 2019
“Whatever it takes” may not be enough
Concerns over risks to the global economy from actual and perceived limits to fiscal and monetary policy are well-founded. A decade on from the global financial crisis, evidence highlights chronic dem...
Engineering Construction in Australia provides the best analysis, insights and forecasts of Australia’s dynamic civil construction market across transport (roads, bridges, railways, harbours), utilities (water, sewerage, electricity, telecommunications), recreation, pipelines and mining and heavy industry construction. Updated quarterly, including an extensive databank, detailed forecasts and project lists.
Report contains a three year forecast outlook for median house and unit prices for Australia’s state and territory capital cities and selected regional centres. Analysis and forecasts of key drivers, including economic indicators, migration, population growth and underlying demand and supply are also included.