May Red Book

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WestpacRedBookMay2012 (1).pdf

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  1. Robert Sherlock

    Interesting that Wespac is expecting rapid growth in GDP this year.

    Last year they strangely only shows the Q2, Q3 and Q4 of 2011(might have something to do with the fact that Q1 was -ve).

    Q4 2011 was 0.4% the are predicting an average for each qrt of double that for 2012. I dont where this strong growth is coming from.