AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS News & Analysis
Musty data means the Reserve Bank is fighting inflation with one eye closed.
Lewis Jackson | 17 June 2022
Consumer sentiment provides a faint glimmer amid the pandemic's economic fallout.
Nicki Bourlioufas | 19 May 2020
The list of businesses knocked by coronavirus is long, but some including Telstra may emerge stronger than before.
Nicki Bourlioufas | 09 April 2020
Shopping mall operator Scentre Group and consumer electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi suffer as rising unemployment adds to poor wages growth and high...
Nicki Bourlioufas | 24 February 2020
Offshore investments by all managed funds institutions in Australia, including super funds, are at a record $561.1bn.
Nicki Bourlioufas | 13 September 2019
Construction work done across Australia fell further than expected during the December quarter, adding further pessimism to the nation's economic...
AAP | 27 February 2019
There are winners and losers from rising data downloads as telcos and television channels fight over the scraps that remain as the NBN roll-out...
Nicki Bourlioufas | 12 November 2018
There is no market over the next 20 years which offers more growth opportunities for Australian business than India.
Lex Hall | 09 November 2018
Australian household wealth hit a record high in the June 2018 quarter, boosted by higher share prices and despite falls in house prices, although a...
Nicki Bourlioufas | 04 October 2018
Australian shares have continued falling, with the heavyweight mining sector dragging the market lower even as the Aussie dollar picked up on...
AAP | 05 September 2018
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