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8501.0 - Retail Trade, Australia, May 2008  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 02/07/2008   
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STATE TRENDS


MONTHLY SEASONALLY ADJUSTED AND TREND ESTIMATES


NEW SOUTH WALES

There has been no change in the trend estimate for four months. Food retailing (seven months), Department stores, Household good retailing, Other retailing and Hospitality and services (all three months) have had a decline or no change in the trend estimate.

Graph: State trends_New South Wales


VICTORIA

There has been a decline in the trend estimate for three months. Recreational good retailing and Hospitality and services have had a decline in the trend estimate for five months. Household good retailing had a decline in the trend estimate in May 2008, after four months of no change. In May 2008, there was no change in the trend estimate for Food retailing after five months of weak growth.

Graph: State trends_Victoria


QUEENSLAND

There has been weak trend growth for four months. Clothing and soft good retailing (11 months) and Hospitality and services (eight months) have had a decline in the trend estimate. After eight months of moderate growth, Food retailing had weak growth in May 2008. Household good retailing has had two months of weak growth, after the trend estimate had been in decline for five months.

Graph: State trends_Queensland


SOUTH AUSTRALIA

There have been three months of moderate trend growth. Other retailing and Hospitality and services have had at least 12 months of strong growth. Department stores, Clothing and soft goods retailing (both four months) and Recreational good retailing (three months) have had a decline in the trend estimate.

Graph: State trends_South Australia


WESTERN AUSTRALIA

There has been weak trend growth for three months. Household good retailing (13 months) and Hospitality and services (seven months) have had a decline in the trend estimate. Department stores has had four months of weak growth. Food retailing and Clothing and soft good retailing have had moderate growth for three months.

Graph: State trends_Western Australia


TASMANIA

There have been five months of moderate trend growth. Food retailing has had three months of moderate trend growth. Household good retailing and Hospitality and services have had at least seven months of strong growth.

Graph: State trends_Tasmania


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