Key release dates—September 2014

Monthly statistical bulletin

The following are advertised release dates for the statistics that appear in this publication. Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) publications are released at 11.30am (Canberra time). Copies of all ABS publications are available from the ABS website at   


Tuesday 2 ABS, Building approval, Australia, July 2014, cat. no. 8731.0
ABS, Balance of payments and international investment position, Australia, June 2014, cat. no. 5302.0
Wednesday 3 ABS, Australian national accounts: National income, expenditure and product, June 2014, cat. no. 5206.0
Thursday 4 ABS, Industrial disputes, Australia, June 2014, cat. no. 6321.0.55.001
ABS, Retail trade, Australia, July 2014, cat. no. 8501.0
ABS, International trade in goods and services, Australia, July 2014, cat. no. 5368.0
ABS, Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, July 2014, cat. no. 3401.0
Tuesday 9 ABS, Housing finance, Australia, July 2014, cat. no. 5609.0
Thursday 11 ABS, Labour force, Australia, August 2014, cat. no. 6202.0
Monday 15 ABS, Sales of new motor vehicles, Australia, August 2014, cat. no. 9314.0
Thursday 18 ABS, Labour force, Australia – detailed electronic delivery, August 2014, cat. no. 6291.0.55.001
Wednesday 24 Dept. of Social Services, Labour market and related payments: a monthly profile, August 2014
Thursday 25 ABS, Australian demographic statistics, March 2014, cat. no. 3101.0


Historical data 

Long-term data series for every table which appears in this publication are available electronically to all members and senators. These series are updated as new data are released by collection agencies.

The long-term series, with printable tables and graphs, are contained in Excel workbooks and can be found at:  http://libiis1/Library_Services/Quicklinks/msb_edata/index.htm.

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