Australian Macro Database

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Narrow Category: Value of Residential Dwellings, All Series
Broad Category: Residential Property Price Indexes: Eight Capital Cities
Initial Date: 09/2011
Latest Date: 09/2020
Freq: Quarter
Unit: $ Millions
Series Type: Original
Prices: -
ID: vdsohvvrdsoq

Narrow Category: Value of Residential Dwellings, All Series
Broad Category: Residential Property Price Indexes: Eight Capital Cities
Initial Date: 09/2011
Latest Date: 09/2020
Freq: Quarter
Unit: $ Millions
Series Type: Original
Prices: -
ID: vdsonvvrdsoq

Narrow Category: Value of Residential Dwellings, All Series
Broad Category: Residential Property Price Indexes: Eight Capital Cities
Initial Date: 09/2011
Latest Date: 09/2020
Freq: Quarter
Unit: $ Millions
Series Type: Original
Prices: -
ID: vdsosvvrdsoq

Narrow Category: Value of Residential Dwellings, All Series
Broad Category: Residential Property Price Indexes: Eight Capital Cities
Initial Date: 09/2011
Latest Date: 09/2020
Freq: Quarter
Unit: $'000
Series Type: Original
Prices: -
ID: mprdvvrdsoq

Narrow Category: Value of Residential Dwellings, All Series
Broad Category: Residential Property Price Indexes: Eight Capital Cities
Initial Date: 09/2011
Latest Date: 09/2020
Freq: Quarter
Unit: 000
Series Type: Original
Prices: -
ID: nrdvvrdsoq

About the AMD

Welcome to the Australian Macro Database (or AMD).

The AMD was created with the intention of centralising all Australian macroeconomic data in one location, making it easier to find the variable that you are after. In addition to improving navigation, the aim of AMD is to also to also facilitate the user's experience with data by providing interactive graphs and instant onscreen tables.

The AMD is greatly influenced by such websites as FRED and Quandl. However, it differs from these two websites by being Australia centric. The AMD's main sources for data are the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA).