Australia and New Zealand Economic Outlook

Challenges and Opportunities in 2023

The global economy is skirting uncomfortably close to recession. Central banks across most of the globe are moving aggressively to tame inflation and Australia and New Zealand are no exception. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is amongst Asia-Pacific’s most aggressive when it comes to interest rate hikes. Next year will see a notable slowdown across Oceania, with a recession expected in New Zealand.

This webinar will also cover:

  • Australia and New Zealand will endure slower conditions next year as higher borrowing costs, alongside elevated inflation increasingly take their toll;
  • Major trading partners including China will endure significant domestic headwinds in 2023;
  • Climate change is an unavoidable part of the economic landscape as physical and transition risks increasingly impact.
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    Steve Cochrane Chief APAC Economist Moody's Analytics Bio
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    Katrina Ell Senior Economist Moody’s Analytics Bio
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    Illiana Jain Associate Economist Moody's Analytics Bio
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    Harry Murphy Cruise Economist Moody's Analytics Bio
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