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Data and Statistics Economic Indicators

Composite leading indicator (CLI)
  • Composite leading indicator (CLI) Monthly; country comparison and aggregates
    Download, table, chart;

    Leading indicators comprise the composite leading indicator (CLI) and standardised business
    and consumer confidence indicators.
    They provide qualitative information useful for monitoring the current economic situation
    and advance warning of turning points in economic activity
Economy, Investment, Taxes
  • Economy, Investment, Taxes
    Banking and Money, Consumer Protection, Financial Regulation,
    Importing Goods to Australia, Infrastructure, Insurance, Investment,
    Personal Finance, Property and Housing, Public Finance,
    Regional Development, Statistics, Superannuation, Tax
  • Economic IndicatorsPDFChart
    Real GDP growth, output growth (OECD), Industrial production,
    unemployment rate, current account
Minister for Finance
Industry: Sectors
Economy, Country
  • Economic Data
Economic properties
Economic Indicators
Economic Development
  • Economic Development
    MVA, production, employment and wages, growth, demand, trade
    International Comparisons of Industrial Performance
Development, Finance, Markets
  • Economic Development
    Statistics and estimates of the IMF: Gross domestic product GDP,
    Inflation, unemployment rate, state budget, public debt
Economy, Population, Environment
  • Economy, Population, Environment
    Key Indicators: GDP, Balance of payments, Consumer price index, Industrial production index,
    Agricultural production index, Food production index, Unemployment, Labour force, Employment,
    Energy production, Major trading partners, Telephone subscribers, Internet users
  • Key Indicators
Profile Australia, Unemployment, Finance

Economic Indicators SDDS Data

DSBB, SDDS Indicators, Data
  • Economic Data, Financial Data
    Monetary Fund's Dissemination Standards Bulletin Board (DSBB)
    Gross national product (GDP), price indices, industries, trade,
    labour market, sentiment, debt,
    consumption, money supply, interest