The author all but laments in the end of his article that the long term health of the athlete is what is really being cheated.
But not this year, and not because of particularly high wage growth.
For the first time since rates were cut in Augustthe BusinessDay Scope economic panel gives the RBA an even chance of lifting its cash rate by the end of the financial year. If it happens, it will come after a record 34 months of inaction. And only half of the panel thinks it will.
In public comments, Lowe has said the next move will most likely be up, but it will depend on inflation and wage growth, which he expects to improve only gradually. Over the year ahead, the BusinessDay panel expects it to climb to a barely respectable 2.
It would mean next to no growth in real wages and produce inflation still below the middle of the target band, but it could allow the RBA to justify a rate rise if it was able to point to forecasts of continuing improvements. The BusinessDay Scope survey is Australia's longest running, comprising forecasts from 26 leading economists from the diverse fields of financial markets, industry groups, consultants, unions and academia.
Over 40 years, its aggregate forecasts have usually been more accurate than those of any of its individual members. For the past 20 years, an average of its forecasts weighted for previous success has proved to be more accurate than those of the Treasury.
Growth The panel expects modest economic growth of 2. Only one, the perennial pessimist Steve Keen, expects a dive in growth to 1 per cent. They are optimistic about Chinese growth, US growth and world economic growth duringexpecting 6. The IMF and OECD expect world growth to turn down as the US scrambles to fund the Trump tax cuts, and they are concerned about the ability of Chinese authorities to deleverage its economy and successfully complete the transition from one driven by manufacturing to consumption.
It is a jump from the average answer of 15 per cent produced by the panel in January, suggesting it shares the concerns of international organisations. But they again expect the best measure of living standards, real net disposable income per capita, to grow only weakly, climbing 1 per cent.
The span of forecasts is wide because it is a difficult one to measure. At times it has gone backwards. Evans is a former BusinessDay forecaster of the year. The panel expects much weaker growth in household spending than Treasury: Investment The panel expects the next decline in mining business investment to be only 4.
It expects non-mining investment to climb a further 4. It expects housing investment to slip 1. Reardon of the Housing Industry Association is less bleak still, expecting growth of 0.X. J. KENNEDY is an acclaimed poet, children's writer, college teacher, and textbook author.
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