Australian Economic Statistics

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Australian Economic Statistics

Rates    Date Change
Cash Rate Target 2.50 Aug 6, 2014 -- 
Yield Curve     May 17, 2013  
LIBOR Yield Curve     Mar 21, 2013  
Overnight Indexed Swaps Yield Curve     May 17, 2013  
Employment    Date Change
Employment (Change) -0.3 Jul 2014 -102.01 %
Labour Force 11,576.6 Jul 2014 -0.00 %
Unemployment Rate 6.4 Jul 2014 +0.40 
GDP    Date Change
Debt to GDP 6.5 Jan 2013 -10.96 %
Gross Domestic Product (Change) 0.80 Q1 2014
Business    Date Change
Retail Trade (Change) 0.6 Jun 2014
Retail Trade Quarterly (Change) 0.8 Q4 2008
Indices    Date Change
Consumer Price Index (Annual Change) 3.0 Q2 2014
Consumer Price Index (Quarterly Change) 0.5 Q2 2014
Core Consumer Price Index (Annual Change) 2.8 Q2 2014
Core Consumer Price Index (Quarterly Change) 0.7 Q2 2014
Producer Price Index (Annual Change) 1.1 Q2 2012
Producer Price Index (Quarterly Change) 0.5 Q2 2012
Trade Weighted Index 71.3 May 29, 2014 +0.14 %
Trimmed Mean Consumer Price Index (Annual Change) 2.9 Q2 2014
Trimmed Mean Consumer Price Index (Quarterly Change) 0.8 Q2 2014
Wage Price Index (Change) 0.6 Q2 2014
International    Date Change
Current Account -5,672.0 Q1 2014 +51.55 %
Trade Balance -1,683 Jun 2014 +17.62 %
Stocks    Date Change
Australia All Ordinaries Index 5,648.90 Aug 27, 2014 +0.26 %
Australia is a leading supplier of natural resource products. The country is self-sufficient in almost all foodstuffs and is a major exporter of wool, meat, dairy products, and wheat. Mining products form another key export sector. An increasing focus on services and high-tech industries has helped Australia diversify and modernize its economy. The Australian dollar is one of the seven major currencies involved in forex transactions, and accounts for approximately 5% of worldwide foreign exchange transactions. Its popularity is due to the fact that there is little government intervention in the currency market, and a general view that Australia has a stable economy and government. Due to the high dependence of the Australian economy on commodity exports, the Australian dollar is considered a resource currency that tends to reflect changes in mineral or agriculture prices.
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