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The 2017-18 Annual Report on State Finances (ARSF) was released by the Treasurer today, and details the major variations between the forecasts contained in the original 2017-18 State Budget (released 7 September 2017), the estimated outturn detailed in the recent 2018-19 Budget (handed down on 10 May 2018), and the final outcomes recorded for the year ending 30 June 2018.
The Public Utilities Office is holding an
industry forum on the Wholesale Electricity Market reform program on Thursday
Investment Holdings Report September Quarter 2018
Breakdown by Credit Counterparty September Quarter 2018.
FHOG applications for new homes fell by 20% in annual average terms to September 2018.
Employment in Western Australia grew by 0.2% in September 2018, while the unemployment rate fell to 6%.
Seasonally adjusted housing finance commitments fell by 0.3% between July and August 2018.
Seasonally adjusted retail trade in Western Australia
was unchanged at $2,814 million between July and August.
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This Quarterly Financial Results Report provides financial results for the Western Australian public sector for the six months to 31 December 2017. The general government sector recorded an operating deficit of $701 million for the six months to 31 December 2017, compared to a $1,445 million deficit r
2017-18 Government Mid-year Financial Projections Statement
The 2017-18 Government Mid-year Financial Projections Statement (or Mid-year Review) updates the economic assumptions and financial projections detailed in the State Budget that was presented to the Legislative Assembly on 7 September 2017