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1345.4 - SA Stats, Nov 2010  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 30/11/2010   
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RETAIL TRADE

The September 2010 seasonally adjusted estimate for South Australia's retail turnover was $1,469.0m, a rise of 0.2% from the previous month ($1,465.4m), and 3.4% above the sales recorded in September of the previous year ($1,420.3m). Nationally, retail turnover rose for the seventh consecutive month reaching $20,509.6m in September 2010. This represents an increase of 0.3% over the previous month and 3.9% over sales recorded in September 2009 ($19,748.1m). South Australia's contribution to total retail turnover in Australia remained steady at 7.2%.

RETAIL TURNOVER, Seasonally adjusted, South Australia
Graph: RETAIL TURNOVER, Seasonally adjusted, South Australia


Comparing September 2010 with September 2009, all South Australian industry groups recorded increases in retail turnover (in seasonally adjusted terms) with the largest increases in Clothing, footwear and personal accessory retailing, up 20.8% to $112.8m and Food retailing, up 4.3% to $594.7m.

RETAIL TURNOVER, Seasonally adjusted, Change from September 2009 to September 2010, South Australia
Graph: RETAIL TURNOVER, Seasonally adjusted, Change from September 2009 to September 2010, South Australia



NEW MOTOR VEHICLE SALES

In September 2010, 3,211 new passenger vehicles and 5,588 new vehicles in total (in trend terms*) were sold in South Australia.

In Australia, 47,631 new passenger vehicles and 85,392 new vehicles in total (in trend terms*) were sold in September 2010.

NEW MOTOR VEHICLE SALES, South Australia
Graph: NEW MOTOR VEHICLE SALES, South Australia



*RE-INTRODUCTION OF TREND ESTIMATES

The trend estimates have been re-introduced for all new motor vehicle sales. Unusual influences associated with the Global Financial Crisis were affecting the new motor vehicle sales series, but these effects can now be estimated with a sufficient level of accuracy. However, caution should still be used when interpreting the recent new motor vehicle sales trend estimates as they may still be affected further by unusual economic factors. For further details, please refer to paragraph 12 of the Explanatory Notes in Sales of New Motor Vehicles, Australia, Jun 2010 (cat. no. 9314.0).


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