The ABS has just released trade data for September, which posted a $2.5 billion decline in Australia’s trade surplus on falling iron ore prices:
Goods and services credits (exports) fell $3,081 million (6%) to $44,969 million:
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Whereas goods and services debits (imports) fell $586 million (2%) to $32,725 million driven by continued global supply chain constraints:
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