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Australia Composite PMI

Last Release
May 2020
Actual
26.4 points
Forecast
N/A
Previous
21.7 points
Frequency
Monthly
Units In
points
Next Release
N/A
Time to Release
N/A
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
58.3 points
Mar 2017
21.7 points
Apr 2020
51.8 points2016 - 2020Markit Economics
In Australia, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia Composite PMI Output Index is a GDP-weighted average of the Commonwealth Bank Manufacturing Output Index and the Commonwealth Bank Services Business Activity Index. It tracks changes in business activity in the Australian private sector economy as a whole. A reading above 50 indicates expansion in business activity while below 50 points to contraction. .

Australia Composite PMI History

Last 12 readings

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Australia business Indicators

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Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Business Confidence
-46
Apr 2020
-65
Mar 2020
-65
Mar 2020
21
Apr 2002
pointsMonthly1997 - 2020
Business Inventories
0.3
Dec 2019
-0.2
Sep 2019
-2.8
Sep 1986
2.9
Mar 1999
%Quarterly1985 - 2019
Capacity Utilization
71.97
Apr 2020
75.05
Mar 2020
71.97
Apr 2020
84.62
Oct 2007
%Monthly1997 - 2020
Bankruptcies
683
Mar 2020
667
Feb 2020
217
Jan 1999
1,123
Feb 2012
CompaniesMonthly1999 - 2020
Car Registrations
14,504.15
Dec 2019
14,330.43
Dec 2018
3,990.94
Dec 1971
14,504.15
Dec 2019
ThousandYearly1971 - 2019
Changes In Inventories
118
Dec 2019
-743
Sep 2019
-3,884
Dec 2008
4,265
Mar 2005
AUD MillionQuarterly1974 - 2019

Composite PMI across Pacific

Composite PMI global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Australia
26.4
May 2020
21.7
Apr 2020
21.7
Apr 2020
58.3
Mar 2017
pointsMonthly2016 - 2020
New Zealand
53.1
Feb 2020
53.2
Jan 2020
40
Nov 2008
59.5
Jul 2013
pointsMonthly2007 - 2020

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