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Australia New Capital Expenditure Chain Volume QoQ

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As of 12/31/2014.

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ABS code 5625.0 This infomation contains data on the Actual Capital Expenditure of the Australian Private Sector categorized by Asset, State and Industry. This data excludes the following industries agriculture, forestry and fishing, public administration and safety, education and training, healthcare and social assistance, superannuation funds. Index short names indicated with SA and QoQ refers to Seasonally adjusted and Quarter on Quarter comparisons respectively. Figures provided are in Current Price terms. Total private new capital expenditure/total all industries Current prices - Seasonally adjusted in millions of A$ Annually reweighted Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics Quarter on Quarter % Change ABS Code: b5625. History is stored independently for quarterly and yearly frequencies. HP values for these frequencies may not match each other. Note that when only one frequency is stored in history, for the other frequencies, history is derived from that of the stored frequency. For example, HP W, HP M, HP Q and HP Y will derive data from HP D when only daily history is stored, HP Q and HP Y will derive data from HP M when only monthly history is stored. As another example, if both daily and monthly are stored, HP W will derive data from HP D, while HP Q and HP Y will derive data from HP M and so on.

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