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RBA Glossary definition for depreciation

depreciation – A fall in the value of an asset. In foreign-exchange terms, it is a relative decrease in the value of one currency compared to another.

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Exchange Rates and Inflationary Pressures

24 Oct 2022 Speech
Christopher Kent
Speech delivered by Christopher Kent, Assistant Governor (Financial Markets), Commonwealth Bank Global Markets Conference, Sydney

Causes of Inflation | Explainer | Education

4 May 2023
This series provides short, concise explanations for various economics topics.

Why Has Retail Inflation Been So Low?

16 Jun 2016 Bulletin – June 2016
Alexander Ballantyne and Sean Langcake
Inflation in the price of retail goods has been surprisingly low for a number of years. The considerable depreciation of the Australian dollar over this period by itself would typically have led to higher retail inflation. This article considers

Private Non-mining Investment in Australia

21 Jun 2018 Bulletin – June 2018
Michelle van der Merwe, Lynne Cockerell, Mark Chambers and Jarkko Jääskelä
As discussed below, the manufacturing industry has traditionally invested relatively more in machinery & equipment, which has a relatively high depreciation rate and therefore requires more ongoing investment. ... It is possible, however, that firms take

The Australian Financial System

6 Apr 2023 FSR – April 2023
The Australian Financial System | Financial Stability Review – April 2023

Estimating the Inflationary Effects of Depreciation

19 Nov 2012 RDP PDF 810KB
currency the depreciation is larger - around 51 per cent on a TWI basis. ... the end of 1986. This means that the effect of the depreciation on.

Note 6 Bank Premises and Other Durable Assets | Financial Statements

9 Mar 2023 RBA Annual Report – 1989
4,551. 144. 4,695. 249,924. 118,137. 368,061. Accumulated depreciation prior to revaluation. ... 130,505. — currency translation. (1,486). (1,486). 383,050. 97,070. 480,120. Accumulated depreciation.

At a Glance: Financial Stability Review – October 2021

8 Oct 2021 FSR
These economies could experience further financial instability from capital outflows and exchange rate depreciations as advanced economies start to increase their interest rates.

After the Boom

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


10 Mar 2023 RDP 2023-02
I measure productivity as the ratio of value-added to employees. Value-added is defined as income less all expenses other than depreciation, interest expenses and wage expenses, which are not