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Australia Participation Rate

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Latest Release
Jun 15, 2017
Actual
64.9%
Forecast
64.8%
Previous
64.8%
The participation rate is an important indicator of the supply of labour. It measures the share of the working-age population either working or looking for work. The number of people who are no longer actively searching for work would not be included in the participation rate.
A reading that is stronger than forecast is generally supportive (bullish) for the AUD, while a weaker than forecast reading is generally negative (bearish) for the AUD.
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Currency: AUD
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistic...
Australia Participation Rate
 
Release Date Time Actual Forecast Previous
Jun 14, 2017 (May) 21:30 64.9% 64.8% 64.8%
May 17, 2017 (Apr) 21:30 64.8% 64.7% 64.8%
Apr 12, 2017 (Mar) 21:30 64.8% 64.6% 64.6%
Mar 15, 2017 (Feb) 20:30 64.6% 64.6% 64.6%
Feb 15, 2017 (Jan) 20:30 64.6% 64.7% 64.7%
Jan 18, 2017 (Dec) 20:30 64.7% 64.6% 64.6%

News

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Forex - Aussie gains after surprise jump in may jobs added By Investing.com - Jun 14, 2017

Investing.com - The Aussie jumped on Thursday in Asia after a surprise bounce in May jobs and after the Federal Reserve laid out its forecasts for rates and trimming its balance sheet. Australia ...

Analysis

Marc Chandler
USD Trades Higher In Wake Of FOMC By Marc Chandler - Jun 15, 2017 1

The US dollar gains scored yesterday in response to what appeared to be a more hawkish FOMC than expected have been extended today. The euro and the Swiss franc have recorded new lows for the month. ...

Craig Erlam
BoE Should Look Beyond Temporary Inflation By Craig Erlam - Jun 15, 2017

The UK will be back in focus again on Thursday as the Bank of England announces its latest monetary policy decision, amid all the political chaos following last week’s snap election result, and ...

Participation Rate Discussion

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