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    PPI

    Index: tracking.
    Indicator imaging the producer's income from the volume sale of its products, excluding the construction sector which is subject to seasonality.

    Market impact: high.
    Index has a strong influence over the market. In case of the index advance, the national currency is strengthening. Industrial prices are often changed before the consumer, that is why the index is often used for inflation estimate.

    Published: quarterly.

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    Private Sector Credit

    Index: tracking.
    Monthly monitoring of the dynamics of consumer and corporate lending.

    Market impact: limited.
    The index reflects the economic climate in the country and has a limited influence over the market. Loan growth leads to the strengthening of the national currency.

    Published: monthly on the last working day.

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    RBA Announcement

    Index: tracking.
    The interest rate level fixing by the Reserve Bank of Australia's. This interest rate is a key instrument for financial assets value.

    Market Impact: High.
    The index has a high influence over the market, interest rates advance means a clampdown in the monetary sphere and leads to the strengthening of the national currency.

    Published: each month, except January.

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    RBA Bulletin

    Index: advance.
    The statistics discussed at the meeting to fix the interest rates and assessment of the current economic situation.

    Market Impact: High.
    Report has a high influence over the market. Pessimistic forecasts mean interest rates advance expectation among investors, and hence the growth rate of the Australian dollar.

    Published: each quarter.

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    RBA Financial Stability Review

    Index: tracking.
    Analysis of the current situation of the financial system of Australia and the possible risks.

    Market impact: limited.
    Has a limited influence over the market. Pessimistic forecasts mean the desire to tighten the monetary policy.

    Published: two times a year.

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    Retail Trade

    Index: tracking.
    The dynamic of the retail sales in the trade. Reflects the total revenue received from the sales. Most often the index is changed influenced by changes in the prices for food and automotive fuel.

    Market impact: High.
    The index has a strong influence over the market and is difficult to forecast. It’s lower value is a signal of the economic growth decrease and drop in the rate of the Australian dollar.

    Published: monthly, on the first week.

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    Trade Balance

    Index: tracking.
    The report details all international trade. The indicator is the difference between exports and imports.

    Market Impact: High.
    Export always has to be analyzed first, since it directly affects the economic growth. Import images the domestic demand for products and has an influence over the trade balance and the exchange rate. It corrects revenue from import in the national currency. The positive trade balance (exports more than imports) or decrease of the negative trade balance – has a positive influence over the rate of the national currency. In case of the import is more than exports, the opposite effect occurs. The market will react to the trade balance indicator, depending on as the results will be important to the economy at the moment. Indicator’s fluctuations help to forecast the GDP, as far as import is sourced from GDP and export is added. The decrease of the trade deficit strengthens the national currency due to higher export.

    Published: monthly, on the first week.

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    Westpac Consumer Sentiment

    Index: advance.
    The indicator is calculated on the basis of survey conducted among the 1200 respondents. Characterizes consumer expectations regarding the economy situation. The index depends on the assessment of the financial position, purchasing power, expectations for the next 5 years.

    Market Impact: High.
    The index has a strong influence over the market. Its advance leads to the strengthening of the exchange rate.

    Published: in the middle of each month.

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