Related publications—links

Links to the electronic version of related publications referred to in the bulletin are listed below:

ABS, Retail Trade, Australia, Cat. No. 8501.0

ABS, Australian labour market statistics, Cat. no. 6105.0

Melbourne Institute, Monthly bulletin of economic trends

ABS, Job vacancies, Cat. no. 6354.0

ABS, Employee earnings, benefits and trade union membership, Cat. no. 6310.0

ABS, Employee earnings and hours, Cat. no. 6306.0

ABS, Labour price index, Cat. no. 6345.0

ABS, Australian national accounts: national income, expenditure and product, Cat. no. 5206.0

ABS, Average weekly earnings, Cat. no. 6302.0

Melbourne Institute, Survey of consumer inflationary expectations

ABS, A guide to the consumer price index, Cat. no. 6440.0

ABS, Consumer price index: concepts, sources and methods, Cat. no. 6461.0

ABS, Consumer price index, Cat. no. 6401.0

RBA, Bulletin

Treasury, Budget papers

Treasury, Mid-year economic and fiscal outlook 2011–12

OECD, Economic outlook

NAB, Australian outlook and research

Deloitte Access Economics, Business outlook

Investment and Financial Services Association, Australia’s national savings revisited, August 2007

Westpac – Melbourne Institute, Survey of consumer sentiment

NAB, Monthly business survey

FCAI, Vehicle sales

ABS, Motor vehicle census, Cat. no. 9309.0

ABS, Survey of motor vehicle use, Cat. no. 9208.0

ABS, Engineering construction activity, Cat. no. 8762.0

ABS, Construction work done, Cat. no. 8755.0

ABS, Dwelling unit commencements, Cat. no. 8750.0

ABS, Building activity, Cat. no. 8752.0

Tony Kryger, ‘State economic and social indicators’, Research paper, no. 14, Parliamentary Library, 2007–08

RBA, ‘Domestic financial markets and conditions’, Statement on monetary policy

Adrian Makeham-Kirchner, ‘Home loan interest rates and repayments’, Background note, Parliamentary Library, 2007–08

RBA, Financial stability review

RBA, Statement on monetary policy

ABS, Lending finance, Cat. no. 5671.0

ABS, Assets and liabilities of Australian securitisers, Cat. no. 5232.0.55.001

RBA, ‘Loan approvals, repayments and housing credit growth’, Bulletin, July 2007

REIA and Deposit Power, Housing affordability report

HIA – Commonwealth Bank, Affordability report

Australian Securities Exchange, S&P/ASX index overviews

ABS, Australian historical population statistics, Cat. no. 3105.0.65.001

ABS, Population projections, Cat. no. 3222.0

ABS, Population by Age by Sex, Regions of Australia, Cat. no. 3235.0

ABS, Migration, Cat. no. 3412.0

ABS, Births, Cat. no. 3301.0

ABS, Deaths, Cat. no. 3302.0

Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC), Population flows

DIAC, Immigration update

ABS, Australian demographic statistics, Cat. no. 3101.0

Tourism Research Australia, International visitor survey

Private Health Insurance Administration Council, Operations of the private health insurers: annual report

IMF, International financial statistics

IMF, World economic outlook

OECD, Main economic indicators

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