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6427.0 - Producer Price Indexes, Australia, Sep 2013  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 01/11/2013   
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SEPTEMBER KEY FIGURES

Jun Qtr 13 to Sep Qtr 13
Sep Qtr 12 to Sep Qtr 13
STAGE OF PRODUCTION
% change
% change

Final demand (excl. exports)
1.3
1.9
Domestic
0.8
1.4
Imports
5.9
6.0
Intermediate demand
1.7
2.4
Domestic
1.1
1.7
Imports
6.8
7.9
Preliminary demand
2.0
2.5
Domestic
1.5
2.0
Imports
5.9
6.7


Stage of Production Final Demand
Graph: Stage of Production Final Demand

Stage of Production Final Demand, Quarterly % change
Graph: Stage of Production Final Demand, Quarterly % change




SEPTEMBER KEY POINTS


FINAL DEMAND (EXCL. EXPORTS)
  • rose 1.3% in the September quarter 2013.
  • mainly due to rises in the prices received for electricity supply; gas supply; and water supply, sewerage and drainage services (+4.8%), petroleum refining and petroleum fuel manufacturing (+10.0%) and electronic equipment manufacturing (+4.8%).
  • partly offset by falls in the prices received for other agriculture (-3.4%).
  • rose 1.9% through the year to the September quarter 2013.


INTERMEDIATE DEMAND
  • rose 1.7% in the September quarter 2013.
  • mainly due to rises in the prices received for petroleum refining and petroleum fuel manufacturing (+12.4%), electricity supply; gas supply; and water supply, sewerage and drainage services (+4.1%) and oil and gas extraction (+6.7%).
  • partly offset by falls in the prices received for meat and meat product manufacturing (-1.7%).
  • rose 2.4% through the year to the September quarter 2013.


PRELIMINARY DEMAND
  • rose 2.0% in the September quarter 2013.
  • mainly due to rises in the prices received for petroleum refining and petroleum fuel manufacturing (+12.9%), oil and gas extraction (+6.7%) and metal ore mining (+7.6%).
  • partly offset by falls in the prices received for meat and meat product manufacturing (-2.4%).
  • rose 2.5% through the year to the September quarter 2013.


NOTES

FORTHCOMING ISSUES

ISSUE (QUARTER) Release Date
December 2013 31 January 2014
March 2014 2 May 2014
June 2014 1 August 2014
September 2014 31 October 2014



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

In the Information Paper: Outcome of the Review of the Producer and International Trade Price Indexes, 2012 (cat. no. 6427.0.55.004) the ABS undertook to release an updated Producer and International Trade Price Indexes: Concepts, Sources and Methods (cat. no. 6429.0) publication. This will be released on December 11, 2013.


CHANGES IN THIS ISSUE - DISCONTINUED SERIES

As a result of the Review of the Producer and International Trade Price indexes, the ABS has discontinued a number of price indexes. See Changes in this issue - discontinued series section for details of the changes.


CHANGES IN FUTURE ISSUES

The Input to the House construction industry index will be re-weighted in the December quarter 2013. The updated weights will be published as an appendix to the December quarter 2013 release of this publication.


ROUNDING

Any discrepancies between totals and sums of components are due to rounding.


DATA REFERENCES

Data referenced in the Key Points and Commentary are available from the tables shown in this publication, or in the corresponding tables of this publication on the ABS website <http://www.abs.gov.au>.


INQUIRIES

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SUMMARY COMMENTARY


COMMENTARY

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Commentary

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Price Indexes and Contract Price Indexation


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