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International Monetary Fund - Special Data Dissemination Standard, IMF

Contains the main economic and financial statistics produced by the ABS and other agencies, such as the Reserve Bank of Australia

Reference period
2006
Released
14/08/2006
Next release Unknown
First release

Real sector

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National Accounts
Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Current Prices, Seasonally adjusted
Gross domestic product$mQ4/20507,579486,8974.2
Final Consumption Expenditure$mQ4/20377,357364,4313.5
 General Government$mQ4/20107,587106,2411.3
 Households$mQ4/20269,771258,1904.5
Gross Fixed Capital Formation$mQ4/20112,245108,1553.8
 Private$mQ4/2085,67782,2374.2
 Public$mQ4/2026,56825,9182.5
Exports of Goods and Services$mQ4/20108,371100,4367.9
Imports of Goods and Services$mQ4/2090,24786,7414.0
Changes in Inventories$mQ4/204191,549na
Statistical Discrepancy$mQ4/20-566.51-932.34na
 
Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Chain Volume Measures, Seasonally adjusted
Gross domestic product$mQ4/20491,525476,6183.1
Final Consumption Expenditure$mQ4/20369,297357,6763.2
 General Government$mQ4/20104,618103,7920.8
 Households$mQ4/20264,679253,8844.3
Gross Fixed Capital Formation$mQ4/20110,814107,0053.6
 Private$mQ4/2084,59581,4353.9
 Public$mQ4/2026,21925,5702.5
Exports of Goods and Services$mQ4/20106,009102,0803.8
Imports of Goods and Services$mQ4/2094,17289,7864.9
Changes in Inventories$mQ4/20126555na
Statistical Discrepancy$mQ4/20-549-913na
 
Production Index
Industrial Production Index,
Total Industries
 (1)
(2018-2019 = 100.0) Seasonally adjustedQ4/2099.7100.0-0.3
 
Labour Market
Employed Persons'000, Seasonally adjustedJan/2112,939.912,910.80.2
Unemployed Persons'000, Seasonally adjustedJan/21877.6912.0-3.8
Average weekly ordinary time earnings, full-time adults (2)$, Seasonally adjustedQ4/201,711.61,713.9na
Wage Price Index, total hourly rates of pay, excluding bonuses(2008-09 = 100.0), OriginalQ4/20135.4134.70.5
 
Price Indexes (1)
Consumer price index(2011–12 = 100.0)Q4/20117.2116.20.9
Producer Price Indexes: Final demand(2011–12 = 100.0)Q4/20112.3111.70.5

Note change of index name: From September quarter 2012 the Labour Price Index will be re-titled the Wage Price Index.
For more information please refer to Wage Price Index, Changes in This Issue for the September quarter 2012  

Fiscal sector

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General Government Operations (3)
Revenue (4)$mQ4/20179,041159,73512.1
Expenses (5)$mQ4/20218,772253,331-13.6
Net operating balance$mQ4/20-39,731-93,596na
Net acquisition of non-financial assets (6)$mQ4/2011,8177,280na
Net lending/borrowing (GFS basis)$mQ4/20-51,548-100,876na
Financial assets$mQ3/2038,12253,769na
 Domestic$mQ3/2039,37458,285na
  Central bank and other depository corporations$mQ3/2036,51047,418na
  Financial corps nec$mQ3/20-3,921905na
  Non-financial corps$mQ3/2012,3859,980na
  Households and NPISH$mQ3/20-1,3142,056na
 Foreign$mQ3/20-1,252-4,516na
Liabilities$mQ3/20156,139150,390na
 Domestic$mQ3/2090,148128,203na
  Central bank and other depository corporations$mQ3/2043,36270,581na
  Financial corps nec$mQ3/2036,01340,881na
  Non-financial corps$mQ3/206,2661,130na
  Households and NPISH$mQ3/207,54216,472na
 Foreign$mQ3/2065,99122,187na
Net errors and omissions (7)$mQ3/20-2,462-1,805na
 
Central government operations (Commonwealth Government Operations) (8) (9a) (9b)
Revenue$mJan 202134,12644,160 
Expense$mJan 202150,04652,064 
Net Operating Balance$mJan 2021-15,920-7,904 
Net Acquisition of non-financial assets$mJan 2021882284 
Net Lending /(Borrowing)$mJan 2021-16,802-8,188 
Other Economic Flows$mJan 20217,6953,937 
Change in Net Worth$mJan 2021-8225-3,967 
 
Financing of the Change in Net Worth
Cash and Deposits$mJan 20212,972189 
Advances paid$mJan 2021695-1,517 
Investments, loans and placements$mJan 2021-21,804-6,127 
Other receivables$mJan 2021-1,415-1,003 
Investments in other public sector entities$mJan 2021219152 
Equity accounted investments$mJan 2021520 
Investments - shares$mJan 2021463-149 
Net Change in financial assets$mJan 2021-18,865-8,436 
Net Change in Non-financial Assets$mJan 2021450213 
Deposits held$mJan 202147129 
Government securities$mJan 2021-9,524-1,318 
Loans$mJan 20216-34 
Lease liabilities (9c)$mJan 2021-260-99 
Superannuation liability$mJan 2021807550 
Other employee liabilities$mJan 2021-313156 
Suppliers payables$mJan 20211,053-3,472 
Personal benefits payables$mJan 2021266-124 
Subsidies payables$mJan 2021-213-94 
Grants payables$mJan 2021593-79 
Other payables$mJan 2021-6111,181 
Provisions$mJan 2021-2042-1,053 
Net Incurrence of Liabilities$mJan 2021-10,190-4,256 
Change in Net Worth$mJan 2021-8,225-3,967 
Total Liabilities, of which$mQ3/201,398,7431,271,405na
 Rest of World$mQ3/20450,585382,189na
 
Central government debt (Commonwealth Government Debt)
Commonwealth Government Debt (Total outstanding gross debt)$mJan-21896,268905,791-1
By instrument (market value)
Bonds$mJan-21855,013859,041-0
Treasury notes$mJan-2141,24946,744-12
Other$mJan-21660
By currency (market value)
Domestic currency$mJan-21896,268905,791-1
Foreign currencies$mJan-21001
By maturity (face value) (10)
Short-term (less than 1 year)$mQ4/2072,574107,545-33
Medium & long-term (greater than 1 year)$mQ4/20740,120700,5096
Debt Guaranteed by Government$mQ4/20812,695808,0541

Financial sector

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Analytical accounts of the banking sector
Monetary aggregates
 Currency$b Seasonally adjustedJan/2194.293.21.0
 Broad money$b Seasonally adjustedJan/212,470.12,452.30.7
Domestic credit to the public sector$bJan/21384.3385.0-0.2
Domestic credit to the private sector$b Seasonally adjustedJan/213,021.53,015.30.2
External position (net)$bJan/21345.5338.62.1
 
Analytical accounts of the central bank (11a)
Reserve money (11b)$mFeb/24/2021259,909264,213-1.6
Domestic claims on the public sector (11c)$mFeb/24/2021292,364287,2901.8
External position
 Gross foreign assets$mFeb/24/202158,35559,429-1.8
 Gross foreign liabilities (11d)$mFeb/24/20216,6827,889-15.3
 
Interest rates
Interbank Overnight Cash Rate%Daily   
13 week Treasury Note%Daily   
10 year Treasury Bond%Daily   
Financial soundness indicators (12) Quarterly   
 
Stock market
S&P/ASX 200(Dec 1979 = 500)Daily   

External sector

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Balance of Payments (13)
Goods and services credits$m, TrendQ4/20nanana
Goods and services debits$m, TrendQ4/20nanana
Net primary income$m, TrendQ4/20nanana
Net secondary income$m, TrendQ4/20nanana
Balance on current account$m, TrendQ4/20nanana
Balance on capital account$mQ4/20-179-165-8.5
Balance on financial account$mQ4/20-9,820-5,564-76.5
 
International Reserves and Foreign Currency Liquidity
Official Reserve Assets (14)$m (US)Jan 202141,91743,007-2.5
Reserves Template Jan 2021   
 
Merchandise trade
Exports (f.o.b.)$mJan-2132,12635,173-8.7
Imports (Customs Value)$mJan-2123,37225,998-10.1
 
International Investment Position (15) (13)
Foreign assets$mQ4/20-3,101,537-3,016,699-2.8
Direct investment assets$mQ4/20-872,279-854,553-2.1
Portfolio investment assets$mQ4/20-1,332,080-1,255,467-6.1
 Equity$mQ4/20-906,034-838,139-8.1
 Debt$mQ4/20-426,046-417,328-2.1
Financial derivatives assets$mQ4/20-403,644-375,648-7.5
Other investment assets$mQ4/20-433,233-466,1517.1
Reserve assets$mQ4/20-60,302-64,8807.1
Foreign liabilities$mQ4/204,048,7553,966,3592.1
Direct investment liabilities$mQ4/201,084,3991,087,277-0.3
Portfolio investment liabilities$mQ4/202,044,9461,951,5844.8
 Equity$mQ4/20675,751603,56412.0
 Debt$mQ4/201,369,1961,348,0201.6
Financial derivatives liabilities$mQ4/20396,393373,8946.0
Other investment liabilities$mQ4/20523,017553,604-5.5
External Debt (16)$mQ4/202,165,2612,188,087-1.0
 
Exchange Rates
Spot (17) Daily   
Forward (18) Daily   
Trade-weighted index Daily   

Population

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Population
Estimated resident population - (Preliminary)('000)Jun Qtr 202025,687.025,657.70.1

Footnotes

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1. Australia has taken a flexibility option on periodicity on these categories. Data are disseminated quarterly.

2. The reference period is a specific week in the middle month of the quarter.

3. Data for General Government Operations (GGO) are from two different sources with different release dates. Revenue, expenses, net operating balance, net acquisition of non-financial assets and net lending/borrowing are drawn from data compiled on a Government Finance Statistics (GFS) basis covering all levels of government in Australia while the data on financing are drawn from data compiled on a System of National Accounts 1993 (SNA93) basis. The quarterly GFS data are released approximately 2 months after the reference period while the quarterly financing data are released approximately 3 months after the reference period. When the reference period differs between the GFS and the national accounts data, the net errors and omissions in the GGO cannot be derived and will be shown as 'na', meaning it is not applicable.

4. The recognition of taxation revenue in GFS is based on the taxation liability method (TLM) where taxes are recognised the earlier of when an assessment of a tax liability is made, or a cash payment is received. This method is adopted in GFS as it currently provides more certainty in the recording of revenue and less possibility of material mis-statement. This recognition differs from the economic transactions method (ETM) used for the Australian national accounts that records taxation revenue when the associated economic activity has occurred.

5. Includes GFS depreciation for central government which is an accounting measure which does not align well with the Australian national accounts measure of consumption of fixed capital.

6. The Australian national accounts estimate may differ from the GFS estimate due to two issues. Firstly, the Australian national accounts estimate includes a measure of consumption of fixed capital that is an economic measure based on the expected economic life of an asset and current replacement costs, whereas the GFS estimate includes a measure of depreciation that is an accounting measure based on taxation guidelines for allowable depreciation and the original cost of the asset. Secondly, the Australian national accounts estimates include capitalised expenditure for intangible fixed assets which is recorded in the GFS as consumption expenditure.

7. Net lending derived from revenues and expenditures will differ from net lending derived from financing data because of different concepts, sources and methods employed. The net errors and omissions represent the difference between the net lending derived from GFS data and net lending derived from the national accounts data.

8. Financing of the change in net worth includes transactions and other economic flows.

9a. Net lending/borrowing plus other economic flows does not equal the change in net worth because net purchases of non-financial assets don’t impact net worth (change in net worth = net operating balance+OEF).

9b. The new Australian Accounting Standard, AASB 16 Leases (AASB 16), applied to all Australian Government entities from 1 July 2019. New non-financial assets and liabilities are recognised on the balance sheet that were previously accounted for as operating expenses. The implementation of AASB 16 has been reflected in the Australian Government General Government Sector Monthly Financial Statements from the December 2019 reporting period.

9c. Includes impacts resulting from the implementation of AASB 16. Disclosed as 'Other borrowing' prior to the December 2019 reporting period.

10. With the exception of Treasury Indexed Bonds which are valued at face value plus the capital accretion component.

11a. The RBA does not lend to the non-bank private sector and is not permitted to lend to banks, except in exceptional circumstances as lender of last-resort..

11b. Reserve money is obtained by summing “Australian notes on issue” and “Exchange Settlement Balances”, from the Reserve Bank’s Statement of Liabilities and Assets

11c.The weekly series uses the RBA's total Australian dollar investments as a proxy, which overstates the true amount as it also includes claims on Australian Depository Institutions. More accurate data are disseminated in the Central Bank Survey with a lag of one month.

11d. From 6 April 2016 the series includes both domestic and foreign currency liabilities, but excludes any domestic currency liabilities arising from swap line activation. Liabilities arising from swap line activation are included in the Central Bank Survey, which is disseminated with a lag of one month.

12. Quarterly data are provided to the IMF by the RBA.

13. As of September quarter 2009, this data is provided on a BPM6 basis.

14 Official reserve assets data have been adjusted for securities sold under repurchase agreements. Weekly data on the RBA's gross holdings of gold and foreign exchange assets are also published. However, these data are not adjusted for securities sold under repurchase agreements, and do not include the reserve position in the IMF.

15. More detailed International Investment Position data, including gross assets and liabilities, are published in ABS cat. no. 5302.0.

16. Gross external debt as defined in External Debt Statistics: Guide for Compilers and Users. More detail on these data are provided via the External Debt link.

17. Spot rates of the AUD against 13 currencies, the SDR and on a trade-weighted basis are updated daily and can be found in the link provided in the 'Further Information' section.

18. Historical data on 1,3 and 6 month forward margins against the USD are available from the Reserve Bank on request. Enquiries can be directed to International Department on (02) 9551 8457. The margins are the representative buying and selling quotations as determined by the RBA. The margins take the form of basis points which may be added to the spot exchange rate to derive the indicative forward rate.