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Household expenditure on gambling in Australia declines in Q1 of 2018

Australian National Statistical Office announced that the variable diminished by 10.52 percent in 1st quarter 2018. The indicator declined by 734 million Australian Dollars, in contrast to the previous quarter when it grew by 1.54 percent. In 2017, this variation reached -6.38% and the variable attained 6 237 million Australian Dollars in Q1 2017. Between Q1 2017 and Q1 of the year after, the indicator shows a 0.06 percent change. The overall changes for the prior 59 years hit a raise of 23 014.81%. Likewise, the gambling expenditure is now bigger than its average which equals 2 093.62 million Australian Dollars with a slight overall increase since the 1959. It reached its all-time high of 6 975 million Australian Dollars in Q4 of 2017 and record low of 27 million Australian Dollars in 3Q 1959.

Household expenditure on gambling in Australia declines in Q1 of 2018
Date Million Australian Dollars Variation
Q1 2018 6 241.00 -10.52
Q4 2017 6 975.00 1.54
Q3 2017 6 869.00 7.24
Q2 2017 6 405.00 2.69
Q1 2017 6 237.00 -6.38
Q4 2016 6 662.00 -3.34
Q3 2016 6 892.00 7.25
Q2 2016 6 426.00 4.69
Q1 2016 6 138.00 -5.9
Q4 2015 6 523.00 0.37

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