Australia Q2 current account deficit A$13.5 bln

SYDNEY, Sept 4 (Reuters) - Australia's balance of payments data for the June quarter, released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Tuesday. (in A$ billion, current prices) Seasonally adjusted Q2 Current account balance -13.472 Goods, services balance +2.812 The bureau said net exports could add 0.1 percentage points to/from the June-quarter gross domestic product, which is due on Wednesday. Forecasts centred on a deficit of A$11.5 billion, and net exports to add 0.1 percentage points to June-quarter growth, a Reuters poll showed. Australia's net foreign debt stood at A$1.04 trillion. For details, see the Australian Bureau of Statistics Web site at http://www.abs.gov.au.

2018-09-04 03:33:03

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