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    Exports

    Index: tracking.
    Indicator of monthly dynamics for goods and services exports.

    Market impact: limited.
    Almost has no influence over the market, but is taken into account, since the change in exports is responsible for economic growth. The indicator has a positive impact on the investors’ expectations.

    Published: monthly, at the end of each month within the trade balance.

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    FPI - Food Price Index

    Index: tracking.
    Indicator of price movements for a foodstuff essential. It is the inflationary indicator.

    Market impact: limited.
    The indicator has limited influence over the market, but is important since an inflation data is released quarterly. High volatility of the index can affects the rate of the national currency.

    Published: monthly.

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    GDP

    Index: tracking.
    Shows the goods and services produced in the country discernible in prices.

    Market impact: high.
    Indicator is good for a forecasting on the basis of other factors that are published before, so does not have a high influence over the market. GDP - a figure that characterizes the national economy. Its value varies every quarter, due to the wild export and volume of stock fluctuations.

    Published: quarterly.

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    Imports

    Index: tracking.
    Monthly indicator of the dynamics of goods and services imports. Almost has no influence over the market, but is taken into account, since the import averts the domestic demand for commodities. Increase of imports can mean stock growth and further distribution deceleration.

    Market impact: limited.
    The indicator has a positive impact on the investors’ expectations.

    Published: at the end of each month as a part of the trade balance.

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    Labor Cost Index

    Index: tracking.
    The index, which records how has changed wages in various sectors of the economy. The index does not include rebates and premiums, measured as a percentage with reference to the previous year.

    Market Impact: high.
    Has a strong influence over the market, the index advance is promotive of the national currency growth.

    Published: quarterly.

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    NBNZ Business Confidence

    Index: advance.
    Reflection of business sentiment in the country. 1 500 employees of corporations are polled to calculate it. This is an advance indicator of growth or softening of economy.

    Market Impact: high.
    The index has strong influence over the market, as it’s advance increases the business activity and is promotive of the national currency strengthening.

    Published: at the end of each month except January.

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    NZIER Business Confidence

    Index: tracking.
    The indicator is based on the poll of industry, construction, trade, and service industries representatives.

    Market Impact: high.
    The zero level of the index is neutral. The index is above zero means business optimism and economic growth; below zero - the decline and pessimism. The index advance is promotive of the national currency strengthening. The index has a high influence over the market.

    Published: quarterly.

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    PPI (Output)

    Index: tracking.
    Indicator imaging the producer's income from the volume sale of its products. It does not include agricultural industry as it is not protected against seasonality .

    Market impact: high.
    The Index has a high influence over the market. If the index rises, the RBNZ may raise the interest rates. Industrial prices are often changed before the consumer, so the index is often used to estimate inflation.

    Published: monthly, on the second week.

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    RBNZ Financial Stability Report

    Index: tracking.
    Analysis of the current conditions of the country's financial system and value of possible risks to its stability.

    Market Impact: high.
    The index has a significant influence over the market. Pessimism in the forecasts means the tightening of monetary policy.

    Published: two times a year.

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    RBNZ Monetary Policy Statement

    Index: tracking.
    The report contains a description of the current economy situation, a detailed analysis of the current monetary policy and forecasts for the future.

    Market impact: limited.
    The report has a limited influence over the market; pessimism in forecasts can be promotive of a monetary policy tightening and interest rate development.

    Published: quarterly.

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