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Australian Bureau of Statistics
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Economic indicators - Australia - Periodicals.; Australia - Economic conditions - 1945- - Statistics - Periodicals.; Since 1945
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A monthly compendium of economic statistics, presenting comprehensive tables, graphs, commentaries, feature articles and technical notes. Primarily a reference document, the publication provides a broad basis for analysis and research on the Australian economy and includes statistics that can be applied to both macro-economic and sectoral analyses. The publication contains statistics under the following headings: national accounts, international accounts, consumption and investment, production, prices, labour force and demography, incomes and labour costs, financial markets, State comparisons and international comparisons. The March through to January issues generally present the statistics as time series for the last nine years of annual data, and for the last nine quarters or fifteen months of sub-annual data. The February issue contains longer time series. Presents a statistical summary of recent developments in the Australian economy. It includes comprehensive tables and charts, commentaries and occasional articles and technical notes. It includes statistics which can be applied to both macroeconomic and specific sectoral analysis.
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