Australian Bureau of Statistics
8501.0 - Retail Trade, Australia, Jun 2008
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 31/07/2008
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There has been a decline in the trend estimate for five months. All industries, except Household good retailing, have had a decline in the trend estimate for at least two months.
There has been weak trend growth for five months. Department stores (three months) and Clothing and soft good retailing (12 months) have had a decline in the trend estimate. Hospitality and services had no change in the trend estimate in June 2008, after nine months of being in decline. Food retailing (two months) and Household good retailing (three months) have had weak trend growth.
There have been four months of moderate trend growth. Household good retailing (four months) and Other retailing (13 months) have had strong growth. After 16 months of strong growth, Hospitality and services had moderate growth in June 2008. Department stores, Clothing and soft goods retailing (both five months) and Recreational good retailing (four months) have had a decline in the trend estimate.
There has been moderate trend growth for three months. Recreational good retailing has had 13 months of strong growth. After seven months of strong growth, Other retailing had moderate growth in June 2008. Food retailing (five months) and Hospitality and services (two months) had moderate growth, while Department stores (two months) and Household good retailing (14 months) had a decline in the trend estimate.
There have been six months of moderate trend growth. Food retailing (two months), Recreational good retailing (five months) and Hospitality and services (16 months) have had strong growth.
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