Australian Bureau of Statistics
6401.0 - Consumer Price Index, Australia, Jun 2008 Quality Declaration
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 23/07/2008
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At the All groups level, the CPI rose in all capital cities this quarter. Brisbane rose 1.7%, Perth rose 1.6%, Sydney and Darwin rose 1.5%, Adelaide rose 1.3%, Melbourne and Canberra rose 1.2%, while Hobart rose 1.0%.
Deposit and loan facilities and automotive fuel were the main contributors in all cities. Rents also rose strongly in most cities. Food prices were generally less significant and fell in some cities due to the impact of falls in fruit and vegetable prices.
The relatively lower increase for Hobart was mainly due to smaller than average contributions from financial and insurance services, housing and food, combined with a stronger than average fall in recreation and a fall in household contents and services where other cities showed rises.
Over the twelve months to June quarter 2008, the All groups CPI rose in all capital cities with the increases ranging from 3.5% in Hobart to 5.1% in Brisbane. The higher result in Brisbane is largely due to stronger than average contributions from housing, transportation and clothing and footwear.
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This page last updated 21 October 2008