December 7, 2022
Australian seasonally adjusted real GDP rose 0.6% in Q3 2022, slightly less than the 0.7% expected by the markets. The annual growth rate accelerated to 5.9%, reflecting a low statistical base from the previous year. The market consensus was for a 6.3% YoY gain. Western Australian real state final demand rose 0.6%, to be 3.3% up through the year.PDF Download PDF
September 7, 2022
Australian seasonally adjusted real GDP rose 0.9% in Q2 2022, in line with the market expectations.
The annual growth rate accelerated to 3.6% from 3.3% in the previous quarter.
The major contribution to the rise in real GDP in Q2 was household consumption expenditure, which rose by 2.2% and added 1.1ppts to the increase.PDF Download PDF
June 1, 2022
Australian seasonally adjusted real GDP rose 0.8% in Q1 2022, exceeding market expectations for a 0.6% increase.
The annual growth rate of GDP declined to 3.3% from 4.4% in the previous quarter.
Western Australia saw the second strongest quarterly increase of all states in real state final demand (2.2%), after Victoria.PDF Download PDF
March 2, 2022
Australian seasonally adjusted real GDP rose 3.4% in Q4 2021, exceeding market expectations for a 3.0% increase. This was the fastest increase since Q1 1976, and slightly surpassed the rebound in Q3 2020 when the Aussie economy sprang back after the nationwide lockdown. The Q4 rise in real GDP was attributable to the recovery from the Delta outbreaks over east.PDF Download PDF
December 1, 2021
Australian seasonally adjusted real GDP declined 1.9% in Q3 2021, less than the 2.7% fall expected by the markets.
The big decline in Q3 real GDP growth was unsurprisingly driven by a 4.8% drop in household consumption spending amid lockdowns over east.
Western Australian real state final demand rose 0.6%, driven mainly by a 1.9% increase in household consumption.PDF Download PDF
September 1, 2021
Australian seasonally adjusted real GDP rose by 0.7% in Q2 2021, slightly faster than the 0.5% expected by market participants.
Like in the previous quarter, the major contribution to GDP growth in Q2 2021 came from gross fixed capital formation.
In Western Australia, state final demand grew by 1.2% in the quarter, following a strong 3.2% increase in the previous quarter.PDF Download PDF