Economic Indicators Lunch (Q180223)
Implications for the 2018 Queensland Property and Finance Market
What does 2018 hold for the Queensland property and financial markets? How will interest rates and the markets be affected by the domestic and global economies in 2018? What would happen if there is another round of tightening measures from APRA and further cooling of offshore investor demand? Will the current supply finally outpace demand in the near future? What is the future of Australia's lending landscape?
Find out from one of Australia’s leading economists what the economic indicators are forecasting for the property and financial markets in 2018.
This is an economic update not to be missed as Paul Bloxham joins us in Brisbane to deliver the latest trends, forecasts and market movements.
The Economic Indicators Lunch is hosted by the Australian Property Institute and the Financial Services Institute of Australasia.
Chief Economist (Australia, New Zealand and Global Commodities)
Paul is chief spokesperson for HSBC on forecasts and trends for the Australian and New Zealand economies and their interaction with global financial markets and international economies. Paul is also a key spokesperson on HSBC’s unique view on global commodity markets and works closely with HSBC’s global equities team in this regard. Paul is a critical member of the HSBC Global Research team, working with 350 analysts, economists and strategists in 24 countries.
Paul has published a number of papers, including on housing and household finances, asset prices and monetary policy and global commodity market trends. Paul is a regular commentator on local and international business television and a frequent contributor of opinion editorials to the Australian newspapers. Paul is also a member of the Australian National University's Shadow Reserve Bank Board and is an Adjunct Professor at Curtin University. Prior to joining HSBC in 2010, Paul Bloxham spent 12 years as an economist within the Reserve Bank of Australia's Economic Analysis Department where he headed up the overseas economies and financial conditions sections, as well as working on domestic forecasting and prices. He holds a Master's degree in public financial policy from the London School of Economics.
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|11:45am||Registration opens and pre-function drinks served|
|Registration fees include sit down two-course lunch and beverages. All fees include GST.|
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