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Monthly Economic Indicators - November 2004

Monthly Economic Indicators - November 2004 - New Zealand Economy The Treasury

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.

Users should read the MEI disclaimer.

This is the final Monthly Economic Indicators before the publication of the December Economic and Fiscal Update, which will provide a complete picture of economic prospects.

LINKS:
http://www.treasury.govt.nz/mei/nov04/default.asp
http://www.treasury.govt.nz/mei/nov04/mei-ann-nov04.pdf

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