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New Zealand Imports


Kalender GMT Faktisk Föregående Consensus
2019-09-24 10:45 PM Aug N$5.69B N$5.66B
2019-10-22 09:45 PM Sep N$5.71B N$5.71B
2019-11-26 09:45 PM Oct N$6.05B N$5.68B
2019-12-18 09:45 PM Nov N$5.98B N$6.05B
2020-01-29 09:45 PM Dec N$5.98B


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2019-11-26
New Zealand Imports Drop 1.4% YoY in October
Imports to New Zealand fell 1.4 percent year-on-year to NZD 5774 million in October 2019, following a 2.6 percent decline in the previous month, mainly due to lower purchases of vehicles, parts & accessories (-9.4 percent to NZD 656 million) and pharmaceutical products (-13.5 percent to NZD 124 million). In contrast, purchases of mechanical machinery and equipment jumped 9.7 percent to NZD 947 million and those of electrical machinery and equipment 6.9 percent to NZD 581 million. By destination, imports declined from Japan (-16.4 percent), and China (-6.8 percent); while increased from the US (10.6 percent), Australia (3.3 percent) and the EU (1 percent).

2019-10-22
New Zealand Imports Slide in September
Imports to New Zealand fell 2.1 percent over a year earlier to NZD 5710 million in September 2019, following a 3.0 percent gain in August, mainly due to lower purchases of petroleum & products (-33.9 percent to NZD 492 million) and aircraft and parts (-47.7 percent to NZD 170 million). On the other hand, sales advanced for mechanical machinery and equipment (18.4 percent to NZD 843 million); textiles (10.9 percent to NZD 262 million); and vehicles (7.5 percent to NZD 810 million). Among major trading partners, imports rose from Japan (18.1 percent), China (5 percent) and the EU (15 percent), while declined from the US (-25.8 percent) and Australia (-6.5 percent).

2019-09-24
New Zealand Imports Rise 2.7% YoY
Imports to New Zealand went up 2.7 percent year-on-year to NZD 5,691 million in August 2019, following a 2.1 percent gain in July, driven by higher purchases of mechanical machinery and equipment (7 percent to NZD 824 million) and petroleum and products (9.8 percent to NZD 647 million). On the other hand, imports dropped for vehicles, parts and accessories (-8.4 percent to NZD 755 million) and aircraft and parts (-54.4 percent to NZD 40 million). Among major trading partners, imports rose from Australia (5.2 percent), China (4.9 percent), and the US (0.8 percent), while dropped from Japan (-17.8 percent), the EU (-0.6 percent) and Thailand (-7.4 percent).

2019-07-23
New Zealand Imports Fall 10% YoY in June
Imports to New Zealand decreased 10 percent year-on-year to NZD 4.65 billion in June 2019, after rising an upwardly revised 8.1 percent in the prior month, well below expectations of NZD 5.20 billion. Purchases were mainly dragged by petroleum & products, down 39.4 percent to NZD 0.49 billion, due to a planned maintenance shutdown of the Marsden Point oil refinery in the same month of 2018. Also, imports of vehicles declined 16.4 percent to NZD 0.66 billion, namely motor vehicles and trucks & vans and ships, boats, and floating structures. In contrast, purchases of electrical machinery & equipment rose 4.6 percent to NZD 0.41 billion. Among major trading partners, imports went down from Japan (-30.7 percent); the EU (-12.5 percent); and United Arab Emirates (-64.9 percent), while increased from the US (3.2 percent) and Australia (2.1 percent).

2019-06-24
New Zealand Imports Rise More than Expected
Imports to New Zealand advanced 7.6 percent year-on-year to NZD 5.54 billion, after rising 7.4 percent in the prior month, beating expectations of NZD 5.40 billion. Purchases were mainly boosted by petroleum & products, up 47.8 percent to NZD 0.72 billion, due to a planned maintenance shutdown of the Marsden Point oil refinery in the same month of 2018; aircraft and parts (87.5 percent); and mechanical machinery and equipment (4.6 percent). On the other hand, imports of vehicles were down 19.9 percent to NZD 0.74 billion and purchases of electrical machinery & equipment declined 4.0 percent to NZD 0.44 billion. By country of origin, imports rose from Australia (8.2 percent), the US (8.1 percent), China (5.1 percent), and the EU (3.5 percent).

2019-05-23
New Zealand Imports Rise 7.3% YoY in April
Imports to New Zealand went up 7.3 percent year-on-year to NZD 5.11 billion in April 2019, after declining 3.5 percent in the prior month. Imports advanced mostly boosted to higher purchases of aircraft & parts (231.4 percent to NZN 0.19 billion); mechanical machinery & equipment (0.9 percent to NZN 0.69 billion); electrical machinery & equipment imports (22.1 percent to NZD 0.45 billion); textiles (15.4 percent to NZn 0.23 billion); and plastic & plastic articles (17.3 percent to NZN 0.20 billion). In contrast, purchases of vehicles, parts & accessories declined 21.8 percent to NZD 0.71 billion, due to an unusually high level in April 2018 when two additional vehicle carriers were unloaded, after shipment delays. By country of origin, imports rose from China (19.2 percent), the EU (18.8 percent), and Australia (17.8 percent), but decreased from Japan (-31.9 percent), South Korea (-13.2 percent) and the US (-6.6 percent).

Nya Zeeland Handel Senaste Föregående Högsta Lägsta Enhet
Handelsbalans -752.57 -1039.24 1157.64 -1641.63 Nzd - Million [+]
Kurantkonto -6351.00 -1037.00 1737.00 -6351.00 Nzd - Million [+]
Bytesbalans Till Bnp -3.60 -3.00 -0.10 -8.90 Procent [+]
Import 5980.60 6046.07 6133.86 37.85 Nzd - Million [+]
Export 5228.03 5006.83 5742.63 19.68 Nzd - Million [+]
Utlandsskulden 294466.00 284710.00 294466.00 67673.00 Nzd - Million [+]
Villkor För Handel 1462.00 1435.00 1472.00 796.00 Poäng [+]
Kapitalflöden 5828.00 -291.00 7263.00 -3332.00 Nzd - Million [+]
Utländska Direktinvesteringar 909.00 4526.00 4526.00 -7322.00 Nzd - Million [+]
Turister 283834.00 261770.00 529255.00 40.00 [+]
Terrorism Index 0.14 0.29 1.19 0.00 [+]
Vapen Sales 6.00 4.00 75.00 1.00 Usd - Million [+]
Råolja Produktion 23.00 23.00 72.00 15.00 BBL/D/1K [+]
Globalt mjölkhandelprisindex 2.80 -5.10 22.60 -14.00 Procent [+]
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