Australia Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006

Australia PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Basic Chemical & Chemical

1985 - 2012 | Quarterly | 1989-1990=100 | Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Basic Chemical & Chemical data was reported at 158.500 1989-1990=100 in Jun 2012. This records an increase from the previous number of 149.900 1989-1990=100 for Mar 2012. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Basic Chemical & Chemical data is updated quarterly, averaging 113.300 1989-1990=100 from Jun 1985 to Jun 2012, with 109 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 203.400 1989-1990=100 in Dec 2008 and a record low of 85.900 1989-1990=100 in Sep 1985. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Basic Chemical & Chemical data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Australia – Table AU.I022: Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006. Input of all individual manufacturers that contribute into the Industry sub-division of Basic Chemical and Chemical.

Last

158.500

Jun 2012
Previous

149.900

Mar 2012
Min

85.900

Sep 1985
Max

203.400

Dec 2008
Unit

1989-1990=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Jun 1985 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

158.500

1989-1990=100 Jun 2012

149.900

1989-1990=100 Mar 2012

quarterly

Jun 1985 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019

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Australia PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Beverage & Tobacco

2001 - 2012 | Quarterly | 2001-2002=100 | Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Beverage & Tobacco data was reported at 94.400 2001-2002=100 in Jun 2012. This records a decrease from the previous number of 95.000 2001-2002=100 for Mar 2012. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Beverage & Tobacco data is updated quarterly, averaging 96.800 2001-2002=100 from Jun 2001 to Jun 2012, with 45 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 102.800 2001-2002=100 in Mar 2009 and a record low of 81.100 2001-2002=100 in Sep 2006. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Beverage & Tobacco data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Australia – Table AU.I022: Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006. Input of all individual manufacturers that contribute into the Industry sub-division of Beverage and Tobacco.

Last

94.400

Jun 2012
Previous

95.000

Mar 2012
Min

81.100

Sep 2006
Max

102.800

Mar 2009
Unit

2001-2002=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Jun 2001 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

94.400

2001-2002=100 Jun 2012

95.000

2001-2002=100 Mar 2012

quarterly

Jun 2001 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019

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Australia PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Fabricated Metal

1985 - 2012 | Quarterly | 1989-1990=100 | Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Fabricated Metal data was reported at 143.800 1989-1990=100 in Jun 2012. This records an increase from the previous number of 141.200 1989-1990=100 for Mar 2012. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Fabricated Metal data is updated quarterly, averaging 107.600 1989-1990=100 from Jun 1985 to Jun 2012, with 109 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 169.000 1989-1990=100 in Dec 2008 and a record low of 73.100 1989-1990=100 in Sep 1985. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Fabricated Metal data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Australia – Table AU.I022: Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006. Input of all individual manufacturers that contribute into the Industry sub-division of Fabricated Metal.

Last

143.800

Jun 2012
Previous

141.200

Mar 2012
Min

73.100

Sep 1985
Max

169.000

Dec 2008
Unit

1989-1990=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Jun 1985 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

143.800

1989-1990=100 Jun 2012

141.200

1989-1990=100 Mar 2012

quarterly

Jun 1985 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019

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Australia PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Food

2001 - 2012 | Quarterly | 2001-2002=100 | Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Food data was reported at 124.000 2001-2002=100 in Jun 2012. This records a decrease from the previous number of 125.100 2001-2002=100 for Mar 2012. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Food data is updated quarterly, averaging 108.900 2001-2002=100 from Jun 2001 to Jun 2012, with 45 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 132.000 2001-2002=100 in Jun 2011 and a record low of 94.000 2001-2002=100 in Sep 2002. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Food data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Australia – Table AU.I022: Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006. Input of all individual manufacturers that contribute into the Industry sub-division of Food.

Last

124.000

Jun 2012
Previous

125.100

Mar 2012
Min

94.000

Sep 2002
Max

132.000

Jun 2011
Unit

2001-2002=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Jun 2001 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

124.000

2001-2002=100 Jun 2012

125.100

2001-2002=100 Mar 2012

quarterly

Jun 2001 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019

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Australia PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Furniture & Other

1989 - 2012 | Quarterly | 1989-1990=100 | Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Furniture & Other data was reported at 163.400 1989-1990=100 in Jun 2012. This records a decrease from the previous number of 163.700 1989-1990=100 for Mar 2012. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Furniture & Other data is updated quarterly, averaging 121.200 1989-1990=100 from Jun 1989 to Jun 2012, with 93 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 176.000 1989-1990=100 in Dec 2008 and a record low of 99.600 1989-1990=100 in Sep 1989. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Furniture & Other data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Australia – Table AU.I022: Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006. Input of all individual manufacturers that contribute into the Industry sub-division of Furniture and Other.

Last

163.400

Jun 2012
Previous

163.700

Mar 2012
Min

99.600

Sep 1989
Max

176.000

Dec 2008
Unit

1989-1990=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Jun 1989 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

163.400

1989-1990=100 Jun 2012

163.700

1989-1990=100 Mar 2012

quarterly

Jun 1989 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019

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Australia PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Non Metallic Mineral

1985 - 2012 | Quarterly | 1989-1990=100 | Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Non Metallic Mineral data was reported at 181.100 1989-1990=100 in Jun 2012. This records an increase from the previous number of 176.900 1989-1990=100 for Mar 2012. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Non Metallic Mineral data is updated quarterly, averaging 113.700 1989-1990=100 from Jun 1985 to Jun 2012, with 109 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 181.100 1989-1990=100 in Jun 2012 and a record low of 79.900 1989-1990=100 in Sep 1985. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Non Metallic Mineral data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Australia – Table AU.I022: Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006. Input of all individual manufacturers that contribute into the Industry sub-division of Non Metallic Mineral.

Last

181.100

Jun 2012
Previous

176.900

Mar 2012
Min

79.900

Sep 1985
Max

181.100

Jun 2012
Unit

1989-1990=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Jun 1985 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

181.100

1989-1990=100 Jun 2012

176.900

1989-1990=100 Mar 2012

quarterly

Jun 1985 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019

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Australia PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Petroleum & Coal

1985 - 2012 | Quarterly | 1989-1990=100 | Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Petroleum & Coal data was reported at 417.100 1989-1990=100 in Jun 2012. This records an increase from the previous number of 399.900 1989-1990=100 for Mar 2012. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Petroleum & Coal data is updated quarterly, averaging 148.000 1989-1990=100 from Jun 1985 to Jun 2012, with 109 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 459.600 1989-1990=100 in Sep 2008 and a record low of 70.500 1989-1990=100 in Dec 1988. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Petroleum & Coal data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Australia – Table AU.I022: Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006. Input of all individual manufacturers that contribute into the Industry sub-division of Petroleum and Coal.

Last

417.100

Jun 2012
Previous

399.900

Mar 2012
Min

70.500

Dec 1988
Max

459.600

Sep 2008
Unit

1989-1990=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Jun 1985 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

417.100

1989-1990=100 Jun 2012

399.900

1989-1990=100 Mar 2012

quarterly

Jun 1985 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019

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Australia PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Polymer & Rubber

1989 - 2012 | Quarterly | 1989-1990=100 | Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Polymer & Rubber data was reported at 152.800 1989-1990=100 in Jun 2012. This records an increase from the previous number of 148.200 1989-1990=100 for Mar 2012. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Polymer & Rubber data is updated quarterly, averaging 120.100 1989-1990=100 from Jun 1989 to Jun 2012, with 93 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 185.200 1989-1990=100 in Dec 2008 and a record low of 98.000 1989-1990=100 in Sep 1990. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Polymer & Rubber data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Australia – Table AU.I022: Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006. Input of all individual manufacturers that contribute into the Industry sub-division of Polymer and Rubber.

Last

152.800

Jun 2012
Previous

148.200

Mar 2012
Min

98.000

Sep 1990
Max

185.200

Dec 2008
Unit

1989-1990=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Jun 1989 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

152.800

1989-1990=100 Jun 2012

148.200

1989-1990=100 Mar 2012

quarterly

Jun 1989 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019

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Australia PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Primary Metal & Metal

1985 - 2012 | Quarterly | 1989-1990=100 | Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Primary Metal & Metal data was reported at 242.600 1989-1990=100 in Jun 2012. This records a decrease from the previous number of 243.100 1989-1990=100 for Mar 2012. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Primary Metal & Metal data is updated quarterly, averaging 100.100 1989-1990=100 from Jun 1985 to Jun 2012, with 109 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 262.900 1989-1990=100 in Sep 2011 and a record low of 71.200 1989-1990=100 in Jun 1986. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Primary Metal & Metal data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Australia – Table AU.I022: Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006. Input of all individual manufacturers that contribute into the Industry sub-division of Primary Metal and Metal.

Last

242.600

Jun 2012
Previous

243.100

Mar 2012
Min

71.200

Jun 1986
Max

262.900

Sep 2011
Unit

1989-1990=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Jun 1985 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

242.600

1989-1990=100 Jun 2012

243.100

1989-1990=100 Mar 2012

quarterly

Jun 1985 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019

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Australia PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Printing incl The Reproduction of Recorded Media

2001 - 2012 | Quarterly | 2001-2002=100 | Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Printing incl The Reproduction of Recorded Media data was reported at 97.800 2001-2002=100 in Jun 2012. This records a decrease from the previous number of 98.500 2001-2002=100 for Mar 2012. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Printing incl The Reproduction of Recorded Media data is updated quarterly, averaging 97.900 2001-2002=100 from Jun 2001 to Jun 2012, with 45 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 102.000 2001-2002=100 in Sep 2009 and a record low of 92.900 2001-2002=100 in Sep 2004. Australia’s PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Printing incl The Reproduction of Recorded Media data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Australia – Table AU.I022: Producer Price Index: Material Used by Manufacturing Industry Subdivision: ANZSIC 2006. Input of all individual manufacturers that contribute into the Industry sub-division of Printing including the Reproduction of Recorded Media.

Last

97.800

Jun 2012
Previous

98.500

Mar 2012
Min

92.900

Sep 2004
Max

102.000

Sep 2009
Unit

2001-2002=100

Frequency

quarterly

Range

Jun 2001 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019
Last Previous Frequency Range

97.800

2001-2002=100 Jun 2012

98.500

2001-2002=100 Mar 2012

quarterly

Jun 2001 - Jun 2012

Updated on 04 Jul 2019

View Australia's PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Printing incl The Reproduction of Recorded Media from Jun 2001 to Jun 2012 in the chart:

PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Basic Chemical & Chemical
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Beverage & Tobacco
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Fabricated Metal
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Food
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Furniture & Other
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Non Metallic Mineral
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Petroleum & Coal
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Polymer & Rubber
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Primary Metal & Metal
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Printing incl The Reproduction of Recorded Media
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Pulp, Paper & Converted Paper
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Textile, Leather, Clothing & Footwear
PPI: Materials Used: Manufacturing: Wood
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