Australia Nominal GDP Growth

1960 - 2020 | Quarterly | % | CEIC Data

Australia Nominal GDP Growth was reported at -3.860 % in Sep 2020. This records an increase from the previous number of -6.217 % for Jun 2020. Australia Nominal GDP Growth data is updated quarterly, averaging 7.981 % from Sep 1960 to Sep 2020, with 241 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 23.810 % in Dec 1973 and a record low of -6.217 % in Jun 2020. Australia Nominal GDP Growth data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by CEIC Data. The data is categorized under World Trend Plus’s Global Economic Monitor – Table: Nominal GDP: Y-o-Y Growth: Quarterly: Seasonally Adjusted: Asia. CEIC calculates quarterly Nominal GDP Growth from quarterly Nominal GDP. The Australian Bureau of Statistics provides Nominal GDP in local currency.

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Australia Nominal GDP Growth

What was Australia's Nominal GDP Growth in Sep 2020?

Last Previous Min Max Unit Frequency Range
-3.860 Sep 2020 -6.217 Jun 2020 -6.217 Jun 2020 23.810 Dec 1973 % quarterly Sep 1960 - Sep 2020

Nominal GDP Growth by Country Comparison

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country/region Last Frequency Range
Albania (%) -4.280 Sep 2020 quarterly Mar 2009 - Sep 2020
Algeria (%) -5.260 Mar 2020 quarterly Mar 2000 - Mar 2020
Argentina (%) 21.807 Sep 2020 quarterly Mar 2005 - Sep 2020
Armenia (%) -4.926 Sep 2020 quarterly Mar 2001 - Sep 2020
Australia (%) -3.860 Sep 2020 quarterly Sep 1960 - Sep 2020
Austria (%) -3.660 Sep 2020 quarterly Mar 1997 - Sep 2020
Azerbaijan (%) -1.840 Mar 2020 quarterly Mar 2002 - Mar 2020
Bahrain (%) -19.481 Jun 2020 quarterly Mar 2008 - Jun 2020
Bangladesh (%) 9.986 2020 yearly 2007 - 2020
Belarus (%) 9.492 Sep 2020 quarterly Mar 2001 - Sep 2020

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Government and Public Finance Last Frequency Range
Consolidated Fiscal Balance: % of GDP (%) -7.2 Jun 2020 quarterly Jun 2003 - Jun 2020
Consolidated Fiscal Balance (USD mn) -63,966.960 Jun 2020 quarterly Sep 2002 - Jun 2020
Tax Revenue (USD mn) 90,927.832 Sep 2020 quarterly Sep 2002 - Sep 2020
Tax Revenue: % of GDP (%) 30.1 Jun 2020 quarterly Sep 2002 - Jun 2020
National Government Debt (USD mn) 474,369.8 2019 yearly 1999 - 2019
Government Debt: % of GDP (%) 34.7 2019 yearly 1999 - 2019
Forecast: Government Expenditure (AUD bn) 880.783 2025 yearly 1988 - 2025
Forecast: Government Net Debt (AUD bn) 1,693.021 2025 yearly 1989 - 2025
Forecast: Government Revenue (AUD bn) 833.535 2025 yearly 1988 - 2025
DOT Forecast: Budget Aggregates: Revenue (AUD bn) 538.100 2024 yearly 1997 - 2024
DOT Forecast: Budget Aggregates: Expenses (AUD bn) 596.600 2024 yearly 1997 - 2024
AU: General Government: Financial Liabilities (AUD mn) 2,035,045.000 Sep 2020 quarterly Jun 1999 - Sep 2020

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