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|... by 31.2% this year to date while that of coking coal is down 37.1%. Not only this, we learned from the National Accounts that exports accounted for the biggest subtraction (0.4 percentage points) to Australia's first quarter GDP growth of ...|
|... provided the biggest subtraction from growth (0.7 percentage points). Also telegraphed ahead of the National Accounts' release, inventories added most to first quarter GDP growth - adding 0.4 percentage points. While household consumption ...|
|... Statistics' (ABS) 'Business Indicators' report (released yesterday) eased growing concerns that tomorrow's National Accounts would show that the Australian economy weakened sharply - if not outright contracted -- in the first quarter of this year. ...|
|... This is because of the property market's large multiplier effect. The December quarter 2016 Australian National Accounts revealed that total dwelling investment accounted for only roughly 6% of GDP. Not much. But this underestimates the ...|
|... is below expectations for a 1.1% expansion and the slowest pace in three years. Uglier still, because the National Accounts show a sharp deceleration in household spending growth - that which makes up around 70% of national output -- to 0.3% ...|
|... intermediate and other merchandise goods (4%) - a testament to the strong household consumption seen in the National Accounts report - and capital goods (3%) which suggest increased investment spending. And in case you haven't noticed, smaller as ...|
|The latest update on US personal income and outlays confirmed the indications from last week's National Accounts that the consumer remains the economy's major driving force. US GDP growth expanded at an annual rate of 1.9% in the fourth quarter ...|
|... the shock of the announcement just before the December survey that the economy contracted by 0.5%" (the National Accounts were released on 6 December). For sure, this factored into the consumers' perception that sent the index down 3.9% in the ...|
|... That turned out to be highly optimistic. This is because the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) latest National Accounts update showed the Australian economy contracted by 0.5% instead - the first quarterly drop since the 0.2% fall registered ...|
|Australia export and import prices When the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released the June quarter National Accounts last September, one notable piece of information was the bureau's mention that "The Terms of trade increased by 2.3% in ...|
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