Australian Bureau of Statistics
1345.4 - SA Stats, Mar 2011
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 29/03/2011
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WHAT'S NEW THIS MONTH
This month's SA Stats presents two articles, Patterns in South Australian Retail Turnover and Emotional Well-being in South Australia.
The first article presents an overview of South Australian retail turnover using data from Retail Trade, Australia (cat. no. 8501.0). The article presents a summary of recent trends in retail turnover in South Australia with special reference to time-series analysis and the difference between the original, seasonally adjusted and trend estimates. Unless otherwise stated, the Retail Sector in this article is defined by Division G of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 (cat. no. 1292.0). The main findings of the article include:
The second article focuses on the emotional aspects of well-being for South Australians, as measured in the ABS system of social statistics. It explores three indicators as a proxy measure of well-being: levels of psychological distress; mental illness; and personal stressors. The article shows:
Explanatory Notes are not included in SA Stats in the form found in other ABS publications. Readers are directed to the Explanatory Notes contained in related ABS publications referenced in the feature articles.
Topics which have been updated with new data in this month's issue of SA Stats include: Construction; Consumption; Housing Finance; Incomes; International Merchandise Trade; Investment; Labour Force; Price Indexes; State Accounts; and Water.
NOTE: CHANGE TO ABS PRODUCT
The final release of the current SA Stats product will be 28 June, 2011. Currently the ABS is developing a new national output - State and Territory Statistical Indicators (cat. no. 1367.0), anticipated release in July 2011. This product will provide an overview of the population, economy and environment for each of the Australian states and territories.
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