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WA | 2020 Economic Outlook Briefing with Paul Bloxham - Tuesday 17 March 20...

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The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is pleased to invite you to its 2020 Economic Outlook Briefing with Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist at HSBC Australia & New Zealand. This national event, in partnership with our Patron member HSBC Australia, will be taking place across for of our 5 Chapters. In Melbourne, we look forward to welcoming you on Friday the 15th of May from 7:30 am to 9:30 am. The presentation will be preceded by a delicious breakfast.

Low for longer arrives in Australia

With inflation below target, growth below trend and the global backdrop looking shaky, local policymakers have jumped into action. The RBA has cut further, tax cuts have been delivered and the prudential authorities have loosened their settings. As a result of this, and the actions of other global central banks, asset prices have taken off. Australian housing prices are rising again and the equity market has hit new record highs. But will it be enough? What happens if it isn’t? What should policymakers do next? Where are we headed in 2020? Come to lunch for a frank discussion about all this and more.

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Paul Bloxham is HSBC's Chief Economist for Australia, New Zealand and Global Commodities. He is the chief spokesperson for HSBC on forecasts and trends for the Australian and NZ economies and their interaction with global financial markets and international economies. 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. 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. He holds a Master's degree in public financial policy from the London School of Economics.

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