ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence still above average at 115.1 after 0.6% fall

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence Rating - December 12, 2017

Economic : Finding No: 7367

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence slipped 0.6% this week to 115.1, effectively unwinding the 0.7% gain in the previous week, but remaining above its long run average. The details were mixed; sentiment around financial conditions declined, but the remaining indexes posted small gains.
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Melbourne desired for holidays but Hobart growing fastest

Australian Capital City Holiday Preferences - September 2017 - Melbourne

Market Research : Finding No: 7434

Over 14.8 million Australians aged 14+ reported in the year to September 2017 they’d like to spend a holiday in Australia in the next two years. This figure is virtually unchanged from a year ago when 14.9 million Australians indicated a desire to take an Aussie holiday but down from over 15.2 million in September 2015.

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Satisfaction with private health insurers continues decline

Satisfaction with private health insurers continues decline

Market Research : Finding No: 7431

New research shows that satisfaction with private health insurers has declined to 71.0% in October 2017, down by 0.2% points for the month and 3.4% points below the same time last year. This level is now well down on the peak of 76.4% recorded in June 2015 and is the lowest satisfaction rating since 2010.

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2.394m Australians unemployed or under-employed in November

Roy Morgan November Unemployment & Under-employment Estimate - 18.2%

Economic : Finding No: 7423

The latest data for the Roy Morgan employment series for November shows the workforce is 13,174,000, up 128,000 on a year ago, comprised of employed and unemployed; 1.288 million Australians were unemployed (9.8% of the workforce); an increase of 89,000 on a year ago. In addition 1.106 million Australians (8.4% of the workforce) are now under-employed, working part-time and looking for more work, a rise of 6,000 in a year.

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Indonesians are far more confident than Australians

ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence v Indonesian Consumer Confidence

Economic : Finding No: 7429

Consumer Confidence in Australia and largest neighbour Indonesia has diverged massively since the height of the Australian mining boom in 2010-11. Indonesian Consumer Confidence soared following the GFC in 2008-09 and while the ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence Rating improved significantly it has never reached the heights of its northern neighbour.

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Insuranceline tops satisfaction among risk and life insurers

Insuranceline tops satisfaction among risk and life insurers

Market Research : Finding No: 7428

In the year to October 2017, Insuranceline with a satisfaction rating of 79.2% had the highest rating among the thirteen largest risk and life insurers. This was an increase of 5.4% points over the year and was well above the industry average of 66.2%.

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Digital media lead, but catalogues remain key channel to reach consumers

Market Research : Finding No: 7426

Advertising in Australia is increasingly moving online which is good news for advertisers as 80% of Australians say the Internet is the ‘Media Most Useful’ for providing purchase-related information in the year to September 2017.

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Australian Inflation Expectations up in October led by renters

Australian Inflation Expectations - October 2017 - 4.5%

Economic : Finding No: 7389

In October Australians expect inflation of 4.5% per year over the next two years. This is up 0.1% in a month and up 0.4% from a year ago in October 2016. It’s renters, with Inflation Expectations of 4.9% in October, that are driving Inflation Expectations higher compared to home owners (3.9%) and mortgagors (4.2%).

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Business Confidence up 1.4pts in November to 114.1


Economic : Finding No: 7422

In Australia Business Confidence rose 1.4pts (+1.2%) to 114.1 in November despite political issues for the Government facing two by-elections over the next fortnight.

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New vehicle buying intentions up in September for the fourth consecutive month

New vehicle buying intentions up in September for the fourth consecutive month

Market Research : Finding No: 7425

New research from Roy Morgan shows that 2.491 million Australians intend to purchase a new vehicle in the next four years. This is an increase of 184,000 intenders over the last four months and is as a result of four consecutive months of increases. This big improvement has left intentions only marginally lower than the fifteen year high recorded in February 2017.
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Indonesian Consumer Confidence highest for over two years at 153.8

Roy Morgan Indonesian Consumer Confidence Rating - October 2017 - 153.8

Economic : Finding No: 7378

Roy Morgan Indonesian Consumer Confidence is up 3.4pts to 153.8 in October 2017 to its highest in over two-and-half years since March 2015 (154.1). Consumer Confidence is now 3.8pts higher than a year ago in October 2016 (150.0) and a large 19.4pts above the long-run average (2005-2017) of 134.4.

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The rise of the female breadwinner

March 06 2017

With International Women's Day almost upon us, the latest findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal that more women than ever are their household’s main income earner.

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