ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence virtually unchanged at 114.1 in June

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 5-Jul-21

ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence was virtually unchanged at 114.1 in June, a little under its historical average of 120. Consumers’ perceptions of their current financial situation rose 7 points to +14%, by far its strongest post-COVID level; meanwhile, a net 22% of consumers expect to be better off financially this time next year, down 5 points. In addition, a net 22% of consumers think it is a good time to buy a major household item, up 3 points to a post-COVID high. Perceptions regarding the next year’s economic outlook rose 4 points to +3%, and the five-year outlook fell 8 points to +10%. CPI inflation expectations jumped 0.7%pts to 5.1%, a record high in data that starts in 2010.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence down by 2.3pts to 110.8 in March

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 6-Apr-21

ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence fell 2.3pts to 110.8 in March, stopping slightly short of its historical average of 120. Consumers’ perceptions of their current financial situation rose 5 points to +3%, while a net 30% of consumers expect to be better off financially this time next year, up 3 points. Meanwhile, a net 14% of consumers think it is a good time to buy a major household item, down 6 points. Perceptions regarding the next year’s economic outlook fell 9 points to -7%; the five-year outlook fell 5 points to +15%. CPI inflation expectations eased 0.6%pts to 4.0%, still quite a high read but a significant step towards more normal levels than have been seen in recent months.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence down slightly by 0.7pts to 113.1 in February

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 1-Mar-21

ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence fell 0.7pts to 113.1 in February, consolidating a bit short of its historical average of 120. Consumers’ perceptions of their current financial situation fell 6 points to -2%, while a net 27% of consumers expect to be better off financially this time next year, down 1 point. Meanwhile, a net 20% of consumers think it is a good time to buy a major household item, down 1 point. Perceptions regarding the next year’s economic outlook lifted 3 points to 2%; the five-year outlook also lifted 3 points to +20%. CPI inflation expectations lifted 0.1%pts to 4.6%.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence ends 2020 on a high – up 5.1pts to 112.0 in December

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 21-Dec-20

ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence rose 5.1pts to 112.0 in December, and it is edging closer to its historical average of around 120. Consumers’ perceptions of their current financial situation rose 3 pts to +4, while a net 25% of consumers expect to be better off financially this time next year, down 2 points. Meanwhile, a net 18% of consumers think it is a good time to buy a major household item, up 7 points. Perceptions regarding the next year’s economic outlook lifted 12 points to -6%, and the five-year outlook rose 3 points to +18%.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence up 7.2pts to 104.5 in June

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 29-Jun-20

ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence rose 7.2 points to 104.5 in June, but is still well under its historical average. Consumers’ perceptions of their current financial situation lifted 4 points to +4; the wage subsidy scheme and lower interest rates have countered job losses, but this remains a subdued level. A net 32% of consumers expect to be better off financially this time next year, up 9 points. Meanwhile, a net 5% of consumers think it is a good time to buy a major household item, back in the black after a big bounce but unfortunately still recessionary. Perceptions regarding the next year’s economic outlook lifted another 9 points but remains very low at -37%. The five-year outlook broke with the pack, falling 5 points to 19%.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence up 3.3pts to 122.6 in June

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 1-Jul-19

ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence rose 3 points to 123 in June 2019, unwinding most of last month’s fall to sit a bit above its historical average. The Current Conditions Index rose 2 points to 128, while the Future Conditions Index rose 4 points to 119. Consumers’ perceptions of their current financial situation rose 5 points, with a net 15% of New Zealanders feeling financially better off than a year ago. A net 29% of consumers expect to be better off financially this time next year, up 6 points. Meanwhile, a net 12% of consumers expect economic conditions to improve in the next 12 months (up 5 points), and a net 40% of consumers think now is a good time to buy a major household item (down 3 points).

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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence unchanged in March at 128.0

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 6-Apr-18

The ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Index rose marginally in March 2018, from 127.7 to 128.0. The index lifted from 125.3 to 126.8 on a seasonally-adjusted basis. The Current Conditions Index has lifted less than half a point, to 127.7, while the Future Conditions Index is all but unchanged at 128.2. Both are considerably higher than where they finished 2017. A net 16% of consumers feel financially better off than a year ago, and the proportion of those who reported being worse off remains historically quite low. Meanwhile, a net 35% of consumers expect to be better off financially this time next year (up 1 point).

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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence – up 0.8pts to 127.7

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 6-Mar-18

The ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Index rose from 126.9 to 127.7 in February 2018. This is still 2 points off the September 2017 high, but it is a solid level. On a seasonally adjusted basis the index remains 8 points off its September high at 124.7. The Current Conditions Index fell 4 points in February to 127.3. The Future Conditions Index lifted another 4 points to 128.0 and has largely unwound its post-election dip. A net 15% of consumers feel financially better off than a year ago. The proportion of those who reported being worse off was the lowest in the history of the survey. Meanwhile, a net 34% of consumers expect to be better off financially this time next year (up 5 points).

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Indonesians and New Zealanders more confident than Australians

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 26-Feb-18

In early 2018 Consumer Confidence in Indonesia and New Zealand is higher than mutual neighbour Australia. Indonesian Consumer Confidence ended 2017 at 155.4, and it is almost 30pts above the latest ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Rating of 126.9 in January, and more than 40pts higher than the latest ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence Rating of 115.3. Indonesian Consumer Confidence soared following the Global Financial Crisis in 2008-09 and has been consistently higher than either Australia or NZ since late 2010. In fact, Indonesian Consumer Confidence has not dipped below 140 since April 2012 (139.6) and it reached a high of 161.4 in August and November 2014, when current President Joko Widodo was elected (July 2014) and inaugurated three months later. New Zealand Consumer Confidence has also been consistently higher than in Australia in the last four years. Since September 2013 New Zealand Consumer Confidence has been higher than in Australia in 50 out of 52 months and more than 10pts higher for two long periods in particular: November 2013 to June 2015 and November 2016 to the present. New Zealand Consumer Confidence reached a recent high of 129.9 in September 2017 as New Zealanders went to the polls. In contrast, Australian Consumer Confidence has lagged its neighbours for much of the past half-decade after an initially strong recovery from the Global Financial Crisis of 2008-09 with the impact of the "Mining Boom" peaking in 2010-2011.

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ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence dips slightly to 126.3 (down 3.6pts)

Original article by Roy Morgan Research
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 13-Oct-17

The ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Index eased four points from 129.9 to 126.3 in October, a historically high level. Adjusted for seasonality, the index also fell by four points to 129.1. This is still the third highest level in the past three years. The Current Conditions Index dipped 3.3 points to 124.0, while the Future Conditions Index eased 3.8 points to 127.8. Meanwhile, a net 15% of consumers feel financially better off than a year ago, while net optimism towards the economy one year out fell back from +30 to +25, and for the five-year outlook, from +29 to +25.

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