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8501.0 - Retail Trade, Australia, Nov 2012  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 09/01/2013   
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ANALYSIS - TOTAL RETAIL


TOTAL RETAIL - MONTHLY

The chart below shows the trend series and seasonally adjusted series to November 2012.

In current prices, the trend estimate for Australian turnover was relatively unchanged (0.0%) in November 2012 following a rise of 0.1% in October 2012 and a rise of 0.1% in September 2012.

The seasonally adjusted estimate for Australian turnover fell 0.1% in November 2012 following a relatively unchanged October 2012 (0.0%) and a rise of 0.4% in September 2012.

The original estimate for Australian turnover rose 4.0% in November 2012. The original estimate for chains and other larger retailers rose 5.8% in November 2012. The original estimate for smaller retailers rose 0.7% in November 2012.

RETAIL TURNOVER, Australia
Graph: RETAIL TURNOVER, Australia



TOTAL RETAIL - BY STATE

The following states and territories rose in trend terms in November 2012: Western Australia (0.6%) and Queensland (0.1%). New South Wales (0.0%) and the Australian Capital Territory (0.0%) were relatively unchanged. Victoria (-0.1%), South Australia (-0.2%), Tasmania (-0.7%) and the Northern Territory (-0.1%) fell in trend terms in November 2012.

The following states and territories fell in seasonally adjusted terms in November 2012: New South Wales (-0.2%), South Australia (-0.6%), Western Australia (-0.3%) and the Northern Territory (-0.9%). Queensland was relatively unchanged (0.0%). Victoria (0.3%), the Australian Capital Territory (1.0%) and Tasmania (0.1%) rose in seasonally adjusted terms in November 2012.

RETAIL TURNOVER, States and Territories
Graph: RETAIL TURNOVER, States and Territories



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