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Treasury Releases Apr. Monthly Economic Indicators

Treasury Releases April Monthly Economic Indicators

The latest monthly economic indicators have just been released on the Treasury website

http://www.treasury.govt.nz/mei/default.asp

Monthly Economic Indicators (MEI) is a regular stock-take of economic data releases prepared by the Macroeconomic Forecasting and Analysis section in the Budget and Macroeconomic Branch. The MEI comprises a commentary on the major data releases over the previous month and an annex with more detailed charts and source data. The MEI will be of interest to those seeking a regular update of developments in the New Zealand economy.

The next (June 2004) MEI will be published on 5 July. There will be no May MEI, but economics junkies will be able to get their fix from the May 27 Budget Economic and Fiscal Update.

Belinda Ryan The Treasury


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