Australian Bureau of Statistics
8501.0 - Retail Trade, Australia, Dec 2009
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 04/02/2010
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TOTAL RETAIL - QUARTERLY
In seasonally adjusted terms, December quarter 2009 had a 1.1% increase in volume and a 0.1% increase in prices.
In the December quarter 2009, all industries except Other retailing, had an increase in seasonally adjusted volumes. Cafes, restaurants and takeaway food services (3.9%) had the largest increase, followed by Household good retailing (2.3%), Clothing, footwear and other personal accessory retailing (1.2%), Department Stores (0.6%) and Food Retailing (0.3%). Other retailing decreased 0.2% in seasonally adjusted volume terms in the December quarter 2009.
All states, except Queensland, had an increase in seasonally adjusted volumes in the December quarter 2009. New South Wales (2.5%) has the largest increase in volumes followed by the Northern Territory (1.5%), the Australian Capital Territory (1.2%), Tasmania (1.1%), Western Australia (0.8%), South Australia (0.6%) and Victoria (0.4%). Queensland decreased 0.1% in seasonally adjusted volume terms in the December quarter 2009.
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