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Current Account

Australian Current Account

Current account shows the total inflow of new capital into a country. It is calculated as the total Trade Balance (exports minus imports), plus the net of income payments (interest and dividends), plus all unilateral transfers (foreign aid, taxes, and one-way gifts).

Date Value Previous Change
Q3 2015 -18,104.0 -20,506.0 +11.71 %
Q2 2015 -20,506.0 -13,430.0 -52.69 %
Q1 2015 -13,430.0 -11,459.0 -17.20 %
Q4 2014 -11,459.0 -13,338.0 +14.09 %
Q3 2014 -13,338.0 -14,079.0 +5.26 %
Q2 2014 -14,079.0 -9,462.0 -48.80 %
Q1 2014 -9,462.0 -12,613.0 +24.98 %
Q4 2013 -12,613.0 -14,951.0 +15.64 %
Q3 2013 -14,951.0 -12,845.0 -16.40 %
Q2 2013 -12,845.0 -12,861.0 +0.12 %
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