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Export of mutton and lamb from Australia: Fall in Q1 of 2018

Mutton export diminished by 13.1 percent in comparison to fourth quarter 2017, according to adjusted statistics presented by Australian National Statistical Office. The indicator fell from 127 183 ton to 110 527 ton, in contrast to the prior quarter when it rose by 28.74%. The data attained 104 492 ton in Q1 2017, which is a -5.6 percent shift compared with the previous three months of 2017. This displays a 5.78% change between Q1 2017 and Q1 of the year after. The overall changes for the previous 30 years hit a rise of 111.05%. Furthermore, the mutton export is now above average of 69 683.09 ton with a negligible overall raise since the start of time series. It reached its all-time high of 128 558 ton in 4Q 2014 and record low of 20 211 ton in 3Q 1988.

Export of mutton and lamb from Australia: Fall in Q1 of 2018
Date Ton Variation
Q1 2018 110 527.00 -13.1
Q4 2017 127 183.00 28.74
Q3 2017 98 791.00 3.51
Q2 2017 95 440.00 -8.66
Q1 2017 104 492.00 -5.6
Q4 2016 110 687.00 39.68
Q3 2016 79 245.52 -22.1
Q2 2016 101 723.53 -7.33
Q1 2016 109 768.34 -5.42
Q4 2015 116 057.62 29.46

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