Australia's trade deficit came in at a significantly better than expected -$925m (s.a.) for the month of November, with a significant positive revision to the...

Pete Wargent

Buyers Buyers

Australia's trade deficit came in at a significantly better than expected -$925m (s.a.) for the month of November, with a significant positive revision to the October data. We take a look at which destinations, commodities and states drove the result, as well as looking at the trade services figures. There were notable increases in the FOB export values of iron ore, coal and gas inthe month. (VIEW LINK)


Pete Wargent
Co-Founder
Buyers Buyers

Co-founder of BuyersBuyers - "the better way to buy property". Veteran property market analyst and Proptech co-founder.

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