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6427.0 - Producer Price Indexes, Australia, Sep 2010  
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SEPTEMBER KEY FIGURES

Jun Qtr 10 to Sep Qtr 10
Sep Qtr 09 to Sep Qtr 10
STAGE OF PRODUCTION
% change
% change

Final (Stage 3) commodities (excl. exports)
1.3
2.2
Domestic
1.3
3.0
Imports
0.9
-3.2
Intermediate (Stage 2) commodities
1.1
2.4
Domestic
1.1
2.7
Imports
1.3
0.1
Preliminary (Stage 1) commodities
1.2
2.9
Domestic
1.3
3.2
Imports
0.8
1.5


Final Stage, Base 1998-99 = 100.0
Graph: Final Stage, Base 1998-99 = 100.0

Final Stage, Quarterly % change
Graph: Final Stage, Quarterly % change




SEPTEMBER KEY POINTS


FINAL (STAGE 3) COMMODITIES
  • increased by 1.3% in the September quarter 2010.
  • mainly due to rises in the prices received for electricity, gas and water (+8.9%) and building construction (+1.0%).
  • partly offset by falls in the prices received for petroleum refining (-2.7%) and bakery product manufacturing (-3.6%).
  • increased by 2.2% through the year to September quarter 2010.


INTERMEDIATE (STAGE 2) COMMODITIES
  • increased by 1.1% in the September quarter 2010.
  • mainly due to rises in the prices received for grain, sheep, beef and dairy cattle farming (+7.0%) and coal mining (+12.6%).
  • partly offset by falls in the prices received for other agriculture (-3.4%) and petroleum refining (-1.4%).
  • increased by 2.4% through the year to September quarter 2010.


PRELIMINARY (STAGE 1) COMMODITIES
  • increased by 1.2% in the September quarter 2010.
  • mainly due to rises in the prices received for coal mining (+12.6%), grain, sheep, beef and dairy cattle farming (+6.1%) and electricity, gas and water (+4.1%).
  • partly offset by falls in the prices received for other agriculture (-3.5%) and petroleum refining (-1.8%).
  • increased by 2.9% through the year to September quarter 2010.


NOTES

FORTHCOMING ISSUES

ISSUE (QUARTER) Release Date
December 2010 24 January 2011
March 2011 21 April 2011
June 2011 25 July 2011
September quarter 2011 24 October 2011



CHANGES IN THIS ISSUE

From the September quarter 2009, data available on the ABS website in tables 10-23 and associated commentary are based on the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) 2006 edition. Data in previous issues were based on the ANZSIC 1993 edition.

Correspondences between the old (ANZSIC 1993) and new (ANZSIC 2006) classification are available as a data cube that can be downloaded via the 'Downloads' tab associated with this publication on the ABS website <http://www.abs.gov.au>. These correspondences are available on the ABS website and in this issue.

As a result of the September quarter 2009 changes, several tables released in this publication and on the ABS website also changed. A concordance between the old and new PPI tables was released as part of the Information Paper: Update on ANZSIC 2006 Implementation for Producer and International Trade Price Indexes, Australia, 2009 (cat. no. 6427.0.55.002). This concordance is also available as an appendix in this issue.


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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