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New Zealand Inflation Expectations

Last Release
Dec 2019
Actual
1.8 %
Forecast
2 %
Previous
1.86 %
Frequency
Quarterly
Units In
%
Next Release
Feb 11, 2020
Time to Release
21 Days 5 Hours
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
8.3 %
Sep 1987
1.6 %
Jun 1994
2.54 %1987 - 2019Reserve Bank of New Zealand
In New Zealand, business inflation expectations refer to two-year inflation forecast. Two years is seen as the timeframe when any central bank monetary policy action will filter through to prices.

New Zealand Inflation Expectations History

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New Zealand prices Indicators

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Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Core Inflation Rate
1.5
Sep 2019
1.7
Jun 2019
0
Dec 2015
7.91
Jun 1990
%Quarterly1989 - 2019
Cpi Housing Utilities
1,073
Sep 2019
1,060
Jun 2019
536.8
Jun 1999
1,073
Sep 2019
pointsQuarterly1999 - 2019
CPI Transportation
1,028
Sep 2019
1,023
Jun 2019
743.2
Jun 1999
1,099.9
Dec 2013
pointsQuarterly1999 - 2019
Consumer Price Index CPI
1,039
Sep 2019
1,032
Jun 2019
16.5
Sep 1933
1,039
Sep 2019
pointsQuarterly1925 - 2019
Core Consumer Prices
1,039
Sep 2019
1,032
Jun 2019
512.6
Dec 1988
1,039
Sep 2019
pointsQuarterly1988 - 2019
GDP Deflator
1,220
Sep 2019
1,208
Jun 2019
589
Jun 1987
1,220
Sep 2019
pointsQuarterly1987 - 2019

Inflation Expectations across Pacific

Inflation Expectations global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Australia
4
Dec 2019
4
Nov 2019
2.8
Sep 2013
8.6
Jul 2008
%Monthly1995 - 2019
New Zealand
1.8
Dec 2019
1.86
Sep 2019
1.6
Jun 1994
8.3
Sep 1987
%Quarterly1987 - 2019
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