BIS Shrapnel's Economic Outlook service monitors developments in the Australian economy and prospects for businesses looking 18 months ahead. BIS Shrapnel's Economic Outlook service has been running for over 50 years and is Australia's premium source of independent economic analysis and commentary.
NEW PRELIMINARY KEY INDICATOR FORECASTS NOW PUBLISHED!
Full Report to be published in late July 2015
This Long Term Forecasts 2015 – 2030 report contains our latest 15 year economic and industry forecasts and examines the outlook for Australia’s economic growth, including the prospects and risks for financial conditions and forecasts for the main industry sectors and manufacturing sub sectors. It also provides annual forecasts for the next five years and two five year average forecasts thereafter, the report is an essential input for budgeting, strategy formulation and mid to long term business planning.
BIS Shrapnel’s new Wages Outlook Report provides forecasts of CPI inflation and wage inflation (by industry sector) at the national level over the next five years. It is the only annual publication that provides wage escalation by industry by pay-setting method (i.e. differentiated by those on awards, enterprise bargaining agreements and individual contracts) at the Australia level.
Long-term planning and strategy requires reliable forecasts relevant to your industry in your state. Unfortunately, medium and long-term state and industry-level forecasts are not typically readily available. That is about to change, with the release of BIS Shrapnel's series of State Economic and Industry Prospects reports.The New South Wales State Economic and Industry Prospects report is available now.
BIS Shrapnel’s Long Term Forecasts represent our most likely and central view of the future. However, other outcomes are always possible. Recently, we have developed plausible alternatives to our central forecast for all of our Key Economic Indicators, which we are marketing exclusively to existing subscribers to our Long Term Forecasts Service.