Key release dates—June 2015

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   


Monday 1 ABS, Building approvals, Australia, April 2015, cat. no. 8731.0
ABS, Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, January 2015, cat. no. 3401.0
ABS, Business indicators, Australia, March 2015, cat. no. 5676.0
Tuesday 2 ABS, Balance of payments and international investment position, Australia, March 2015, cat. no. 5302.0
Wednesday 3 ABS, Australian national accounts: national income, expenditure and product, March 2015, cat. no. 5206.0
Thursday 4 ABS, International trade in goods and services, Australia, April 2015, cat. no. 5368.0
ABS, Retail trade, Australia, April 2015, cat. no. 8501.0
Tuesday 9 ABS, Housing finance, Australia, April 2015, cat. no. 5609.0
ABS, Building approvals, Australia – additional information, April 2015, cat. no. 8731.0
Thursday 11 ABS, Labour force, Australia, May 2015, cat. no. 6202.0
Friday 12 ABS, Lending finance, Australia, April 2015 cat. no. 5671.0
Tuesday 16 ABS, Sales of new motor vehicles, Australia, May 2015, cat. no. 9314.0
Thursday 25 ABS, Job vacancies, Australia, May 2015, cat. no. 6354.0


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