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Monthly Economic Indicators

Monthly Economic Indicators

5 Sep 2011

The Monthly Economic Indicators (MEI) publication is a stock-take of economic data releases.

The most recent Monthly Economic Indicators publication is the Monthly Economic Indicators August 2011. This month's MEI includes special topics on medium-term exchange rate variability and its impacts and Greek sovereign debt crisis.

The MEI is prepared by the Forecasting and Monitoring team in the Treasury. The MEI includes 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.

Next Release Date

The Treasury will release the Monthly Economic Indicators September 2011 on Monday, 3 October 2011 at 2pm.

The Treasury may change the release date and time without notice.

Previous Monthly Economic Indicators

The August 2001 MEI was the first public release of this publication on the Treasury website. Each month the previously published versions of the MEI are made available from the Archive of Monthly Economic Indicators 2011 to 2001 page.

Disclaimer for Monthly Economic Indicators

The Treasury has made every effort to ensure that the information contained in this report is reliable, but makes no guarantee of its accuracy or completeness and does not accept any liability for any errors. The information and opinions contained in this report are not intended to be used as a basis for commercial decisions and the Treasury accepts no liability for any decisions made in reliance on them. The Treasury may change, add to, delete from, or otherwise amend the contents of this report at any time without notice.

• Download the Executive Summary Analysis for August 2011 here.
• Download New Zealand Key Economic Data here.
• Download the New Zealand Economic Chart Pack here.


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