6401.0 - Consumer Price Index, Australia, June 2020 Quality Declaration
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 29/07/2020
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June Key Statistics
Overview of CPI movements
All Groups CPI, Quarterly change
What's new this quarter
Two spotlight articles are included in this release:
An article was published on 8 July 2020 explaining the impact of COVID-19 on the June quarter CPI.
Use of Price Indexes in Contracts
Price indexes published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) provide summary measures of the movements in various categories of prices over time. They are published primarily for use in Government economic analysis. Price indexes are also often used in contracts by businesses and government to adjust payments and/or charges to take account of changes in categories of prices (Indexation Clauses).
Use of Price Indexes in Contracts that sets out a range of issues that should be taken into account by parties considering including an Indexation Clause in a contract using an ABS published price index.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Frequently Asked Questions page that has answers to a number of common questions to do with price indexes and the Consumer Price Index, in particular.
New ABS Website
The ABS will be launching a new website in 2020. You will soon be able to see how this release will appear on the new website by exploring our Beta site. Regular users of this information are encouraged to explore the Beta site and consider if this will affect the way you access and consume ABS data and information. If you would like more information on the new ABS website, or want to discuss how the transition to the new site might impact you, please email newABSwebsite@abs.gov.au
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