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RBA Glossary definition for GDP

GDP – Gross Domestic Product. A key measure of the value of economic production in the economy. GDP is determined in one of three ways: the value of goods and services produced less the cost of production; the sum of incomes generated by production; the sum of final expenditure on goods and services produced plus exports minus imports. An average of the three approaches may be calculated and is also referred to as GDP.

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Economic Outlook

4 Nov 2022 SMP – November 2022
growth. GDP growth is forecast to be 3 per cent over 2022 and then 1 per cent over 2023 and 2024 (Table 5.1). ... 3). Year-average. 2021/22. 2022. 2022/23. 2023. 2023/24. 2024. GDP growth. 3.9.

Appendix A: Data Sources

1 Nov 1996 RDP 9608
Alison Tarditi
The UK measure of GDP is quarterly and is converted into an annual measure. ... The output gap is calculated as the percentage deviation of GDP(A) from a Hodrick-Prescott trend.
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The Australian Economy and Financial Markets

31 Aug 2023 Chart Pack PDF 5832KB
The Australian Economy and Financial Markets - September 2023

What Went Right in the 1990s? Sources of American and Prospects for World Economic Growth | Conference – 2000

21 Jun 1990 Conferences
J Bradford DeLong
18.4 per cent of GDP at the peak of the 1975–1979 expansion. ... The 1993 Clinton deficit-reduction program then cut the structural deficit from 3 to 1 per cent of GDP.

Box A: Asset Performance in the Chinese Banking Sector

20 Apr 2016 FSR – April 2016
As credit growth has slowed – albeit to levels still well above nominal GDP growth – this effect has waned, placing upward pressure on NPL ratios (Graph A3).


16 Mar 2023 Bulletin
Insights into the economy and financial system from teams throughout the Reserve Bank of Australia

After the Boom

13 Sep 2016 Speech
Christopher Kent
Speech delivered by Christopher Kent, Assistant Governor (Economic), at the Bloomberg Breakfast Address, Sydney

Box C: The Countercyclical Capital Buffer

20 Apr 2016 FSR – April 2016
Even so, limitations of the credit-to-GDP gap have been identified, including:. ... The trend of the credit-to-GDP ratio needs to be established for the credit-to-GDP gap to be measured.

Changes to Statistical Tables

4 Sep 2023 Statistics
Changes to Statistical Tables. Changes to Statistical Tables RSS feed. 2023. 4 September 2023. Retail Deposit and Investment Rates – F4. From 7 September 2023, this statistical table will be renamed Table F4 – Advertised Deposit Rates. No

Videos | Education

4 May 2023
Gross Domestic Product (GDP). 14 July 2020. A Video Explainer exploring concepts and issues related to Gross Domestic Product (GDP). ... So global GDP declined by 1.5 per cent in that last quarter of 2008.