The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released its latest data regarding business conditions and sentiments on 26 May, 2022. This data revealed key statistics around:
- the price of goods and services;
- changes in operating expenses;
- changes in revenue;
- planned capital expenditure; and
- funds sought by businesses.
Some of the key findings of this research were that:
- over a third of all businesses (38%) expect to increase their prices by more than usual. This was similar to March 2022 (39%).
- nearly half (48%) of all businesses have no plans to increase their price of goods or services over the next three months.
- almost one in five businesses (18%) have planned capital expenditure over the next 3 months.
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Some of the most recent data updates from .id speak to building approvals and jobseeker and youth allowance recipients.
Building approvals are a leading indicator of the general level of residential development, economic activity, employment and investment. Data regarding building approvals in the City of Unley can be found here.
The housing monitor features LGA-level building approvals and also includes SA1-level building approvals data, updated quarterly. This update includes LGA-level figures up to the end of March 2021. Quarterly SA1 level building approvals in the housing monitor are up-to-date to end of December 2021.
JobSeeker and Youth Allowance
JobSeeker rates are a good updated measure of socio-economic disadvantage in an area. They can also provide an indication of which areas within your region are most affected by the impacts of COVID-19 containment measures. April 2022 data for JobSeeker and Youth Allowance recipients is now available
The State Government's Business Hub is designed to support the South Australian business community by providing online information, services and tools to streamline processes and make it easy to do business in SA.
For the latest business news, visit the Business Hub.
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