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Consumer Price Index CPI

 

Consumer price index (CPI) rates


The figures provided are the 'weighted average of eight capital cities', which have been obtained from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The ABS makes each figure available three to four weeks after the end of the quarter.

From ATO: link>>

 

Quarter ending

Year

31 March

30 June

30 September

31 December

2010

171.0

172.1

173.3

174.0

2009

166.2

167.0

168.6

169.5

2008

162.2

164.6

166.5

166.0

2007

155.6

157.5

158.6

160.1

2006

151.9

154.3

155.7

155.5

2005

147.5

148.4

149.8

150.6

2004

144.1

144.8

145.4

146.5

2003

141.3

141.3

142.1

142.8

2002

136.6

137.6

138.5

139.5

2001

132.7

133.8

134.2

135.4

2000

125.2

126.2

130.9

131.3

1999

121.8

122.3

*123.4

124.1

1998

120.3

121.0

121.3

121.9

1997

120.5

120.2

119.7

120.0

1996

119.0

119.8

120.1

120.3

1995

114.7

116.2

117.6

118.5

1994

110.4

111.2

111.9

112.8

1993

108.9

109.3

109.8

110.0

1992

107.6

107.3

107.4

107.9

1991

105.8

106.0

106.6

107.6

1990

100.9

102.5

103.3

106.0

1989

92.9

95.2

97.4

99.2

1988

87.0

88.5

90.2

92.0

1987

81.4

82.6

84.0

85.5

1986

74.4

75.6

77.6

79.8

1985

N/A

N/A

71.3

72.7

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