|Friday 17 November 2017|
|3401.0||Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia, September 2017|
|The monthly Overseas Arrivals and Departures (OAD) publication contains statistics on the travel movements of persons arriving in, and departing from, Australia. The focus of this publication is to provide information and analysis of short-term movements (i.e. less than one year), in particular short-term visitor arrivals (STVA) and short-term resident returns (STRR). Statistics on permanent and long-term movements (i.e. one year or more) are also available, however, permanent and long-term movements in this publication are not an appropriate source for migration statistics. For information on Net Overseas Migration (NOM) refer to Migration, Australia (cat. no. 3412.0) and for quarterly NOM data Australian Demographic Statistics (cat. no. 3101.0).|
|5220.0||Australian National Accounts: State Accounts, 2016-17|
|Dissections of various national accounting aggregates by state and territory including gross state product using the expenditure, production and income measures, household income, household final consumption expenditure, government final consumption expenditure, private gross fixed capital formation, public gross fixed capital formation, international trade in exports and imports of goods and services, state final demand, industry gross value added, total factor income by industry, compensation of employees, gross operating surplus and gross mixed income by industry, agricultural income, and various measures of household income. Data are presented in current price and chain volume measures.|
|9314.0||Sales of New Motor Vehicles, Australia, October 2017|
|Contains monthly information on sales of new motor vehicles in each state/territory sourced from the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries. Data are provided in original, seasonally adjusted and trend estimated terms. Sales data are available for passenger vehicles, sports utility vehicles, other vehicles and total vehicles at the state/territory and national levels.|
|Monday 20 November 2017|
|No scheduled releases today.|
|Tuesday 21 November 2017|
|Gender Indicators, Australia, September 2017|
|Minor cosmetic changes have been made to text within some of the pages from the September 2017 release. These minor changes were made to coincide with November 2017 replacement content for the Economic Security datacube, which now includes 2015-16 Survey of Income and Housing (SIH) data that was unable to be provided with the September 2017 release of Gender Indicators. |
Corrections have also been applied to 2013-14 data from the Survey of Income and Housing for Tables 2.13, 2.14 and 2.15 in the Economic Security datacube.
|Producer Price Indexes, Australia, September 2017|
|PPI for output of the Retail Trade industry (RTPI) cannot be compiled with the same timeliness as other PPIs. The basic data required for the construction of the PPI for the output of the retail trade industry are quarterly sales and cost of goods sold (COGS). These economic flow data cannot be collected until some time after the end of the reference quarter. By comparison, price indexes for goods and some services are based on point in time prices prevailing at selected dates during the quarter. Further, calculation of the RTPI requires the latest period CPI data to be available for price updating purposes. Because of these constraints, the ABS will publish RTPI as a stand-alone index. This will occur until the necessary systems and processes are in place to enable RTPI to be incorporated into the Stage of production (SOP) framework. The implementation of RTPI in the SOP indexes will be communicated ahead of time in Producer Price Indexes, Australia (cat.no.6427.0).|
|Wednesday 22 November 2017|
|8755.0||Construction Work Done, Australia, Preliminary, September 2017|
|Presents preliminary statistics for the value of construction work done in Australia. Separate data is shown for building work done and for engineering work done for both the private and public sectors. The building work done data is further dissected into new residential, alterations and additions to residential and non-residential work. Original, seasonally adjusted and trend estimates for Australia, as well as some original state and territory data, are provided in current prices and chain volume measures terms. This is the major source of data used to compile the national accounts estimates for private gross fixed capital formation on dwellings, and other buildings and structures.|
|Thursday 23 November 2017|
|4610.0||Water Account, Australia, 2015-16|
|The eleventh edition of the Water Account, Australia presents information on the physical and monetary supply and use of water in the Australian economy for 2015-16. |
It is compiled, as far as possible, in accordance with the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA).
This publication presents data cubes for Australia and the eight states and territories. It also provides information on the water use and consumptive practices of households and key industries (Agriculture, Water supply, sewerage and drainage).
|6291.0.55.001||Labour Force, Australia, Detailed - Electronic Delivery, October 2017|
|A range of Excel spreadsheets and pivot tables. (Previously published SuperTABLE datacubes were discontinued after the July 2017 release, they have been replaced with pivot tables.) The monthly spreadsheets contain broad level data covering all the major items of the Labour Force Survey in time series format, including seasonally adjusted and trend estimates. The monthly pivot tables contain more detailed and cross classified original data than the spreadsheets.|
|Friday 24 November 2017|
|Discussion Paper: From Nature to the Table: Environmental-Economic Accounting for Agriculture, 2015-16|
|This a discussion paper, From Nature to the Table: Environmental-Economic Accounting for Agriculture (FNT). |
The publication combines experimental estimates of Australian economic, social and environmental data for the agriculture, forestry and fishing industries. These estimates will use an environmental-economic accounting framework.
The publication is compiled in accordance with the UN/FAO System of Environmental-Economic Accounting for Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing (SEEA AFF).
|5260.0.55.002||Estimates of Industry Multifactor Productivity, 2016-17|
|Updates estimates of multifactor productivity (MFP) for the 16 industries defined to comprise the market sector from 1994-95. A longer time series is produced for 12 selected industries, and productivity growth cycles. For further details, refer to the Explanatory notes accompanying this release.|
|5368.0.55.003||International Trade: Supplementary Information, Financial Year, 2016-17|
|The spreadsheets contain trade in merchandise goods and services credits and debits data for: |
Selected countries semi-annual (6-monthly) for merchandise goods; Country and country groups by financial years for services; State by financial years for services; Detailed services category by financial years; Detailed travel services by financial years by country and country groups; and Education related travel credits by financial years by educational sector by type of expenditure.
Data are available from 1999-2000.