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Sep112013

08:37:43 am

Australia Home Loans For July +2.4% M/m (vs.expected +2.0%)











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Australia June home loans ? all the data






prior of 1.1%, revised from 1.5%) Owner-Occupier Loan Value for June 2.1%m/m (vs. priorof 2.2%, revised from 2.3%) The RBA are looking for a transition from mining investment to other sectors of the economy, like housing construction. This data is a bit of a mixed bag, the headline figure is better AUD/USD showing little response, though. - From the ABS report: the number of first home buyer commitments as a percentage of total owner occupied housing finance commitments rose to 15.1% in June 2013 from 14.6% in May 2013. n trend terms, the number of commitments for the purchase of established dwellings rose 2.1%, the number of commitments for the purchase of new dwellings rose 1.8% and the number of commitments for the construction of dwellings rose 0.9% The trend estimate for the total value of dwelling finance commitments excluding alterations and additions rose 1.2%. Owner occupied housing commitments rose 1.5% and investment housing commitments rose 0.7%.
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