Transport Forecasts – July 2020

Infometrics transport forecasts have long been the first port of call for decision-makers and analysts with an interest in the outlook for the transport sector. Our economists help businesses and public organisations understand how key trends in economic, financial, and industry-specific indicators are shaping the risks and opportunities afforded to organisations operating in the broader transport sector.

Transport Forecasts – April 2020

Infometrics transport forecasts have long been the first port of call for decision-makers and analysts with an interest in the outlook for the transport sector. Our economists help businesses and public organisations understand how key trends in economic, financial, and industry-specific indicators are shaping the risks and opportunities afforded to organisations operating in the broader transport sector.

Presentation of Infometrics Forecasts – February 2020

Gareth Kiernan will be travelling around the country in the last weeks of February 2020 to present his views on the Infometrics building and transport forecasts to clients and other interested parties. Please contact us for more information or to book a visit/seminar at your office or venue of your choosing.

Building & Property Forecasts – January 2020

Infometrics building forecasts have long been the first port of call for decision-makers and analysts with an interest in the outlook for the construction sector. Our suite of web-based products give you a greater depth of information and a fresh look that brings the data to life.

Transport Forecasts – January 2020

Infometrics transport forecasts have long been the first port of call for decision-makers and analysts with an interest in the outlook for the transport sector. Our economists help businesses and public organisations understand how key trends in economic, financial, and industry-specific indicators are shaping the risks and opportunities afforded to organisations operating in the broader transport sector.

All aboard the $138b train!

A whopping $138 billion of infrastructure spending is planned across New Zealand over the next 10 years, according to the latest Infometrics Infrastructure Pipeline Profile . Updated in early November, the Profile shows planned infrastructure spending is expected to be roughly $9b higher than our previous estimate from September 2018.

Presentation of Infometrics Forecasts – November 2019

Gareth Kiernan will be travelling around the country at the beginning of November 2019 to present his views on the Infometrics building and transport forecasts to clients and other interested parties. Please contact us for more information or to book a visit/seminar at your office or venue of your choosing.

NZ short by nearly 40,000 houses

New Zealand’s housing market isn’t functioning as well as it should be, with higher house prices, rising rents, falling home ownership, and a lack of housing options. But just how large is the housing shortage that we continually hear about?

Media Release: Potent cocktail giving NZ a growth hangover

The global economic slowdown will continue to be a drag on New Zealand’s economy over the next year, according to Infometrics’ latest forecasts. Escalating tariffs as a result of the trade war between the US and China have seen global growth expectations steadily downgraded. China, New Zealand’s largest export market and the major engine of the global economy over the last decade, is growing at its slowest rate in 30 years. All these factors mean that next year the world economy could record its slowest growth since 2012.

What to watch when planning for the economic downturn

The latest Infometrics forecasts reinforce that New Zealand is expected to experience a period of softer growth over the next few years. With many businesses and boards currently reviewing their strategic plans and priorities for the coming years we thought it useful to briefly highlight some of the key current economic insights that decision makers need to be aware of.