Economic briefs

Northern Territory economic briefs provide up-to-date analysis of the Territory economy and its performance in relation to the Australian economy. These briefs cover a broad range of economic and social indicators, drawing on various sources of data including Australian Bureau of Statistics and Access Economics.


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Economic indicators briefed on for the week commencing 19 October 2020

Monday 19 October 2020
Deloitte Access Economics, September 2020

Tuesday 20 October 2020 – no releases due

Wednesday 21 October 2020
Internet Job Vacancy Report, September 2020

Thursday 22 October 2020 – no releases due

Friday 23 October 2020 – no releases due

NT ECONOMY FAST FACTS (updated every Friday)

Economic indicators being released, but not being briefed on

Monday 19 October 2020
Australian Statistics Advisory Council, Annual Report

Tuesday 20 October 2020
Weekly Payroll Jobs and Wages in Australia, Week ending 3 October 2020

Wednesday 21 October 2020
Characteristics of Australian Exporters, 2018-19
Weekly Payroll Jobs and Wages in Australia, Week ending 3 October 2020 (Replacement Content)
Retail Trade, Preliminary, September 2020

Thursday 22 October 2020
Business Indicators, Business Impacts of COVID-19, October 2020
Weekly Payroll Jobs and Wages in Australia, Week ending 3 October 2020 (Replacement Content)
Labour Force, Detailed, September 2020

Friday 23 October 2020
Causes of Death, 2019

For more economic analysis, visit nteconomy.nt.gov.au

Any queries can be referred to Rodney McComiskie, Director Economic Analysis phone: 8999 6447.


Economic briefs

For further information regarding the Northern Territory Economic Briefs, to obtain an alternative format or for releases older than two years, contact the Economic Group on (08) 8999 6801 or email: economics.dtf@nt.gov.au

Disclaimer

Although all due care has been exercised in the preparation of this material, no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions.

Last updated: 19 October 2020

 
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