June key figures
GDP growth rates,
Seasonally adjusted, percentage change (a)
Mar 18 to
Jun 18 to
Sep 18 to
Dec 18 to
Mar 19 to
Jun 18 to
|Chain volume GDP and related measures (b)|
|GDP per capita (c)|
|Gross value added market sector (d)|
|Real net national disposable income|
|GDP per hour worked|
|Real unit labour costs|
|Terms of trade|
|Current price measures|
|Household saving ratio|
|na not available|
|(a) Change on preceding quarter, except for the last column which shows the change between the current quarter and the corresponding quarter of the previous year. Excludes Household saving ratio.|
|(b) Reference year for chain volume measures and real income measures is 2016-17.|
|(c) Population estimates are as published in the Australian Demographic Statistics (cat. no. 3101.0) and ABS projections.|
|(d) ANZSIC divisions A to N, R and S. See Glossary - Market sector.|
Chain volume measures, quarterly change
Contribution to GDP growth,
June key points
- The Australian economy grew by 0.5% in seasonally adjusted chain volume terms in the June quarter.
- Net exports contributed 0.6 percentage points to GDP growth, with exports and imports both contributing 0.3 percentage points.
- Domestic final demand contributed 0.3 percentage points to GDP growth.
- The terms of trade rose 1.4%.
- Household saving ratio was lower at 2.3.
Revisions in this issue
|Issue (quarter)||Release Date|
|September 2019||4 December 2019|
|December 2019||4 March 2020|
|March 2020 ||3 June 2020|
|June 2020 ||2 September 2020|
There are revisions in this issue due to the incorporation of more up-to-date data and concurrent seasonal adjustment.
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