Trade Balance

Australian Trade Balance

Trade Balance compares the total value of imports and the total value of exports for the reporting period. A negative value indicates that more goods were imported than were exported (trade deficit) - conversely, a positive trade balance means that exports exceeded imports (trade surplus). This report is used by currency investors to determine demand for the dollar.

Date Value Previous Change
Jun 2016 -3,195 -2,418 -32.13 %
May 2016 -2,418 -1,824 -32.57 %
Apr 2016 -1,824 -2,292 +20.42 %
Mar 2016 -2,292 -3,160 +27.47 %
Feb 2016 -3,160 -3,429 +7.84 %
Jan 2016 -3,429 -3,948 +13.15 %
Dec 2015 -3,948 -3,180 -24.15 %
Nov 2015 -3,180 -3,849 +17.38 %
Oct 2015 -3,849 -2,641 -45.74 %
Sep 2015 -2,641 -2,932 +9.92 %

This is for general information purposes only - Examples shown are for illustrative purposes and may not reflect current prices from OANDA. It is not investment advice or an inducement to trade. Past history is not an indication of future performance.

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