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Australia Retail Sales Mom

Last Release
Mar 31, 2022
Actual
1.6
Forecast
N/A
Previous
1.8
Frequency
Monthly
Units In
%
Next Release
N/A
Time to Release
N/A
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
16.6
May 2020
-17.4
Apr 2020
0.49 %1982-2022Australian Bureau of Statistics
In Australia, the Retail sales report provides an aggregated measure of sales of retail goods and services over a specific time period. In Australia, Retail sales are seasonal, volatile and relatively important to the overall economy.

Latest Updates

Retail sales in Australia increased by 1.6% month-on-month in March 2022, unrevised from the preliminary figure and after a 1.8% gain a month earlier. The latest reading marked the third straight month of retail trade, as the economy recovered further from COVID-19 disruptions. Sales continued to grow for household goods retailing (3.4% vs 2.3% in February), clothing, footwear (0.5% vs 11.2%), department stores (4.1% vs 11.1%), and cafes, restaurants and takeaway food (2% vs 9.7%). In addition, there was a rebound in sales of food retailing (0.5% vs -2.6%). Sales rose in all states: New South Wales (1.8%), Victoria (0.6%), Queensland (3.4%), Western Australia (1.9%), Tasmania (0.7%), Northern Territory (1.9%), and Australian Capital Territory (1.1%). In Q1, retail sales grew by 1.2%, after a 7.9% gain in Q4.

Australia Retail Sales Mom History

Last 12 readings

Australia Consumer Indicators

All Australia indicators
Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Bank Lending Rate
6.51
Apr 2022
6.51
Mar 2022
6.51
Sep 2020
21.05
Oct 1989
%Monthly1976-2022
Consumer Confidence
90.4
May 2022
95.77
Apr 2022
64.61
Nov 1990
123.94
May 2007
PointsMonthly1974-2022
Consumer Confidence Current Conditions
102.19
Jul 2017
99.24
Jun 2017
70.47
Dec 1990
131.41
Apr 1984
Monthly1974-2017
Consumer Confidence Economic Expectations
92.87
Jul 2017
94.23
Jun 2017
59.25
Nov 1990
127.29
Oct 2009
Monthly1974-2017
Consumer Confidence Financial Expectations
98.41
Jul 2017
102.77
Jun 2017
79
May 2014
124.4
Mar 1996
Monthly1974-2017
Consumer Confidence Major Purchases Expectations
122.03
Jul 2017
117.09
Jun 2017
71.04
Oct 2008
154.86
Apr 1984
Monthly1974-2017
Consumer Credit
3,287.1
Mar 2022
3,272.64
Feb 2022
35.83
Sep 1976
3,287.1
Mar 2022
AUD BillionMonthly1976-2022
Consumer Spending
274,577
Dec 2021
258,305
Sep 2021
34,752
Sep 1959
274,577
Dec 2021
AUD MillionQuarterly1959-2021
Disposable Personal Income
359,612
Dec 2021
361,219
Sep 2021
3,107
Sep 1959
361,219
Sep 2021
AUD MillionQuarterly1959-2021
Gasoline Prices
1.21
Apr 2022
1.55
Mar 2022
0.46
Dec 1998
1.67
Mar 2013
USD/LiterMonthly1998-2022
Households Debt To GDP
120.5
Jun 2021
123.4
Mar 2021
34.2
Dec 1977
124.1
Sep 2016
% of GDPQuarterly1977-2021
Personal Savings
13.6
Dec 2021
19.8
Sep 2021
-2.3
Jun 2006
23.6
Jun 2020
%Quarterly1959-2021
Private Sector Credit
0.4
Mar 2022
0.6
Feb 2022
-0.5
Jul 1992
2.9
Jul 1986
%Monthly1976-2022
Retail Sales Mom
1.6
Mar 2022
1.8
Feb 2022
-17.4
Apr 2020
16.6
May 2020
%Monthly1982-2022
Retail Sales YoY
4.8
Dec 2021
5.8
Nov 2021
-9.1
Apr 2020
25
Apr 2021
%Monthly1983-2021

Retail Sales Mom across Pacific

Retail Sales Mom global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Australia
1.6
Mar 2022
1.8
Feb 2022
-17.4
Apr 2020
16.6
May 2020
% Monthly1982-2022
New Zealand
-0.5
Mar 2022
8.6
Dec 2021
-15.5
Jun 2020
27.8
Sep 2020
% Quarterly1995-2022

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