Tag Archives: Housing

Another view on the credit crunch

The Sumner stuff on per-capita measures of nominal income growth made me wonder if it made more sense to think about the flow of finance in a per-capita sense. I think it does. With equivalent economic and credit conditions, you’d … Continue reading

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Auctions suggest housing is solid

My judgement about the very short-term RBA outlook comes down to a judgement about the state of the Australian housing market. To put it plainly, I think that you can see the work of easy monetary policy in the Australian … Continue reading

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Housing has it!

A key reason i do not think the RBA will ease their policy rate at their May meeting is that the housing market is turning up. Just the day before the Q1 CPI report was released, Luci Ellis (Head of … Continue reading

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