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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
Jul 2016 -2,410 -3,250 +25.85 %
Jun 2016 -3,250 -2,434 -33.53 %
May 2016 -2,434 -1,818 -33.88 %
Apr 2016 -1,818 -2,327 +21.87 %
Mar 2016 -2,327 -3,132 +25.70 %
Feb 2016 -3,132 -3,351 +6.54 %
Jan 2016 -3,351 -3,966 +15.51 %
Dec 2015 -3,966 -3,171 -25.07 %
Nov 2015 -3,171 -3,840 +17.42 %
Oct 2015 -3,840 -2,645 -45.18 %
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