Tuesday 10th January 2017 - 3:18 pm

Retail growth flattens

by Alan Thornhill

Australia’s retail growth rose by just 0.2 per cent in November, following a 0.5 per cent rise the previous month.

 

The Bureau of Statistics, which published this disappointing figure today ; also said that:-

  • The trend estimate rose 0.4 per cent in November 2016.
  • This had followed a rise of 0.5 per cent in October 2016 and a rise of 0.6 per cent followed  a rise of 0.4 per cent in September.

 

  • The trend estimate rose 0.4 per cent in November.
  • This followed  a rise of 0.4 percent in October 2016 and a rise of004 per cent in September 2016.

 

  • The trend estimate rose 0.4  per cent in November 2016.
  •  This followed a rise of 0.4 p er cent in October 2016 and a rise of 0.4  per cent in September 2016.

 

 

  • The seasonally adjusted estimate rose per  cent 0.2 in November 2016. This follows a rise of 0.5 per cent  in October 2016 and a rise of 0.6 per cent  in September 2016.

 

  • In trend terms, Australian turnover rose 3.4  per crent in November 2016 compared with November 2015 per cent

 

  • The seasonally adjusted estimate rose 0.2 per cent Household goods retailing (0.9 per cent), Food retailing 0.4 per ccnt, restaurants and takeaway food services 0.5 per cent.
  • ,Clothing, footwear and personal accessory retailing
  • Department stores 0.0 per cent were relatively unchanged.

 

  • The following states and territories rose in trend terms in November 2016: New South Wales (0.4 per cent, Queensland 0.6 per cent Victoria 0.4 per cent, the Australian Capital Territory 0.5 per cent Western Australia 0.1 per cent), Tasmania 0.3 p;er cent and the Northern Territory 0.4 per cent South Australia 0.0 per cent was relatively unchanged.
  • In trend terms, Australian turnover rose 3.4% in November 2016 compared with November 2015
  • The following states and territories rose in trend terms in November 2016: New South Wales 0.4 per cent Queensland 0.6per cent Victoria 0.4 per cent the Australian Capital Territory 0.5 per cent, Western Australia 0.1per cent, Tasmania 0.3%centand the Northern Territory (0.4%).
  •  South Australia 0.0 per cent was relatively unchanged.

 

 

 


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