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Wage Price Index (Change)

Australian Wage Price Index (Change)

The Wage Price Index measures the change in wages from quarter to quarter. It is expressed as a base 100 index, with 100 representing the reference year. Like several other wage and labour cost metrics, the Wage Price Index is recognized as an early inflation indicator.

Date Value Previous  
Q4 2017 0.6 0.5  
Q3 2017 0.5 0.5  
Q2 2017 0.5 0.6  
Q1 2017 0.6 0.5  
Q4 2016 0.5 0.4  
Q3 2016 0.4 0.5  
Q2 2016 0.5 0.5  
Q1 2016 0.5 0.5  
Q4 2015 0.5 0.6  
Q3 2015 0.6 0.5  
Date Value Previous Change
Q4 2017 127.6 126.9 +0.55 %
Q3 2017 126.9 126.3 +0.48 %
Q2 2017 126.3 125.7 +0.48 %
Q1 2017 125.7 125.0 +0.56 %
Q4 2016 125.0 124.4 +0.48 %
Q3 2016 124.4 123.9 +0.40 %
Q2 2016 123.9 123.3 +0.49 %
Q1 2016 123.3 122.7 +0.49 %
Q4 2015 122.7 122.1 +0.49 %
Q3 2015 122.1 121.4 +0.58 %
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