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1345.4 - SA Stats, Feb 2011  
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STATE ACCOUNTS


STATE ACCOUNTS

South Australia's September quarter 2010 State Final Demand in chain volume (trend) terms was $21,709m; an increase of 0.2% from the June quarter 2010 and 4.1% over the corresponding quarter of the previous year. Australia's Domestic Final Demand grew 0.7% to $325,655m in the September quarter 2010.

All states and territories recorded increases for the September quarter 2010. The Australian Capital Territory reported the largest growth for the period (up 1.9%), while the Northern Territory recorded the smallest (up 0.1%).

STATE FINAL DEMAND, Chain volume measures, Quarterly change, South Australia
Graph: STATE FINAL DEMAND, Chain volume measures, Quarterly change, South Australia



HOUSEHOLD FINAL CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE (HFCE)

In chain volume (trend) terms, South Australia's September quarter 2010 HFCE was $12,413m; an increase of 0.8% over the result recorded in the June quarter 2010 and representing 7.1% of the national total ($175,023m). The value of HFCE for Australia increased by 0.9% between the June and September quarters 2010.

HFCE, Chain volume measures, Trend, Quarterly change
Graph: HFCE, Chain volume measures, Trend, Quarterly change


The main contributors to growth in HFCE in South Australia for the September quarter 2010 were Electricity, gas and other fuels (up 5.2% from the June quarter 2010) and Clothing and footwear (up 3.1%) and Transport services (up 1.8%). The largest decreases in expenditure were for Hotels, cafes and restaurants (down 0.9%), Furnishings and household equipment and the Purchase of vehicles (down 0.6%).

HFCE, Chain volume measures, Trend, Quarterly change, South Australia - September Quarter 2010
Graph: HFCE, Chain volume measures, Trend, Quarterly change, South Australia—September Quarter 2010


At the national level, expenditure increases were reported for most categories. The largest increases were for Purchase of vehicles (up 2.6% from the June quarter 2010), Recreation and culture (up 2.1%), and Transport services (up 1.6%). The largest decreases in expenditure were for Alcoholic beverages and Clothing and footwear (down 0.4%).


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