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Statistics NZ

Statistics NZ Archives

New Zealand retail sales rise at record rate

New Zealand retail sales recorded the highest September quarter rise since 1995, indicating the recovery of the retail i...

Largest annual fall in food prices

Chicken prices now at lowest level.

Retail card spend’s highest monthly figure

Hospitality included in largest retail movements.

Christchurch retail spending strengthens

Growth in retail and hospitality sales in Christchurch.

Service industries elevate GDP growth

Service industries fuelled by greater domestic demand and spending by international visitors.

Year to November food price data

Vegetable consumers feel difference.

Retail card spending increase

Commentary from senior economist Satish Ranchhod.

What leads rise in wholesale trade sales?

Trend for wholesale trade sales has been rising over years.

Quarter three retail sales

Westpac retains view on December cut.

Mixed results in October card spending

Retail spending on debit, credit card slowdown.

Food price increase in September

Beef prices at highest levels.

Median weekly income growth

Largest hourly earnings increase in past six years.

Consumers locally and abroad love NZ meat

NZ's premium meat and marketing getting thumbs up.

Stats NZ on electronic card retail spend

Some retail industries trading better than others.

CPI rises following falls

CPI up on higher petrol prices.

Food prices down

Drop follows eight consecutive food price increases since the year to October 2014.

Food costs on the up

Cost of fresh food and grocery items in NZ continues to increase.

Card spending declines

Statistics NZ reveals total card transactions for December 2014.

Card spending slightly up

November's card spending report brings mixed results.