Australia Has A$23.886 Billion Current Account In Q3

Australia posted a current account surplus of A$23.886 billion in the third quarter of 2021, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday.

That missed forecasts for a surplus of A$27.8 billion but was up from A$20.5 billion in the three months prior.

The balance on goods and services showed a surplus of A$38.911 billion, while net primary income had a shortfall of A$14.327 billion and the capital and financial account had a deficit of A$21.835 billion.

Australia's net international investment position was A$860.149 billion.

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