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RBA Glossary definition for year-ended growth

year-ended growth – The rate of change between the period and the equivalent period in the previous year, where the period is typically a month or a quarter. For example 'year-ended growth June 2012' means the percentage change between June 2011 and June 2012. It can also be referred to as 'growth over the year' or 'through-the-year growth'.

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9 Jun 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website

Domestic Economic Conditions

10 Feb 2023 SMP – February 2023
The tight labour market has especially benefited lower income households. The latest available data (which are for the year to August 2022) suggest that earnings growth has been faster for lower ... January. December. November. Since recent peak.

The International Environment

5 May 2023 SMP – May 2023
The International Environment | Statement on Monetary Policy – May 2023

Economic Outlook

10 Aug 2018 SMP – August 2018
Consumption growth moderated in the quarter, but was stable in year-ended terms. ... Table 5.1: Output Growth and Inflation Forecasts. (a). Per cent. Year-ended.


4 Nov 2022 SMP – November 2022
b) Year-ended changes are based on non-seasonally adjusted data, except for the trimmed mean and weighted median. ... The WPI grew by 0.7 per cent in the June quarter and 2.6 per cent in year-ended terms.

Economic Outlook

10 Feb 2019 SMP – February 2019
As a result, the starting point for the year-ended growth forecasts is percentage point lower than previously expected (Table 5.1). ... Year-ended growth is expected to be around 3 per cent over 2019 and 2 per cent over 2020 (Graph 5.1).

Insights into Low Wage Growth in Australia

16 Mar 2017 Bulletin – March 2017
James Bishop and Natasha Cassidy
Recent low wage growth in Australia appears to be only partly explained by spare capacity in the labour market, the decline in inflation outcomes and the decline in the terms of trade from its 2011 peak. In this article, we present some tentative

Domestic Economic Conditions

5 May 2023 SMP – May 2023
Domestic Economic Conditions | Statement on Monetary Policy – May 2023

Economic Outlook

27 Nov 2018 SMP – November 2018
Recent partial indicators point to slightly stronger GDP growth in the September quarter than previously expected, resulting in year-ended growth of around 3 per cent. ... Table 5.1: Output Growth and Inflation Forecasts. (a). Per cent. Year-ended.

Macrofinancial Stress Testing on Australian Banks

13 Sep 2023 RDP PDF 1940KB
For a. 2 percentage point fall in year-ended GDP growth, the calculated PD increases by around. ... PD increases. Figure 5: Change in Business PD Estimates. Note: (a) Year-ended GDP growth.