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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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Economic Outlook

9 Feb 2023 SMP - February 2023 PDF 620KB

Bulletin June Quarter 2023

13 Jun 2023 Bulletin - June 2023 PDF 8388KB

Appendix A: Model Specifications

20 Sep 2022 RDP 2022-03
Nicholas Garvin, Samuel Kurian, Mike Major and David Norman
The model updates default rates based on changes in year-ended GDP growth. (. ... G. D. P. Y. E. ,. t. ). which are constructed from quarterly GDP growth.

Bulletin March Quarter 2019

20 Apr 2023 Bulletin - March 2019 PDF 4430KB


10 Feb 2023 SMP – February 2023
b) Year-ended changes are based on non-seasonally adjusted data, except for the trimmed mean and weighted median. ... 18). This was the highest rate of year-ended wages growth since 2013, reflecting tightness in the labour market, high inflation outcomes

Statement on Monetary Policy

12 Feb 2023 SMP - February 2023 PDF 7754KB

Potential Growth in Advanced Economies

12 Dec 2019 Bulletin – December 2019
Ivailo Arsov and Benjamin Watson
Potential growth is the rate of growth that an economy can sustain over the medium term without generating excess inflation.

Macrofinancial Stress Testing on Australian Banks

20 Sep 2022 RDP 2022-03
Nicholas Garvin, Samuel Kurian, Mike Major and David Norman
For a 2 percentage point fall in year-ended GDP growth, the calculated PD increases by around 1 percentage point. ... Figure 5: Change in Business PD Estimates. Note: (a) Year-ended GDP growth.

Statement on Monetary Policy

10 Aug 2003 Bulletin – August 2003
Year-ended growth in the harmonised measure of prices, which is comparable to the measure targeted by the ECB, has slowed more sharply to be 1.1 per cent, down from ... China's economy was also adversely affected by SARS in the June quarter, although year


5 Nov 2021 SMP – November 2021
The rebound in fuel prices since mid 2020 also continues to add to year-ended inflation. ... This was the highest year-ended rate of inflation in these measures since 2015.