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Economic indicators

Economic indicators include statistics from the National Accounts, the gross domestic product (GDP), the consumers price index (CPI), unemployment rate, balance of payments (BOP), overseas trade indexes, and statistics measuring imports and exports, overseas cargo, overseas debt, and the labour market. 

Balance of payments and international investment position
Balance of payments provides information about New Zealand's economic relationship with the rest of the world. The international investment position shows the level of New Zealand’s international assets and liabilities at a point in time. 

Consumers price index (inflation)
Information about changes to the prices of consumer items bought by New Zealand households, giving a measure of inflation. 

Gross domestic product
Information on the country's income earned from production in New Zealand. It includes income from production carried out by New Zealanders and by foreign firms operating within New Zealand. 

National accounts
Find information on a range of economic aggregates, such as:

  • gross domestic product
  • regional gross domestic product
  • input-output tables
  • supply and use tables
  • capital formation
  • government and private consumption.

Prices indexes
Information about how prices of a wide variety of goods and services are collected for use in a range of price indexes for a variety of economic sectors. 

Productivity
Get information on how efficiently production inputs are being used, within the economy, to produce outputs. Growth in productivity is a key determinant in improving a nation’s long-term material standard of living.
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