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MNI Survey Of Australia Aug Dwelling Approvals +1.0% M/M

     SYDNEY (MNI) - The following is a table detailing individual economists'
forecasts for Australia's Dwelling Approvals for August, based on a survey by
MNI. The data will be released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics at 1130
hours local time (0230 hours GMT) Tuesday.
                 Total Dwelling Units Approved
                               (% Change, M/M)
                         (seasonally adjusted)
Median Forecast                           +1.0
High Forecast                             +3.0
Low Forecast                              -3.0
Mean                                       0.0
No of Responses                             13
Previous Report                           -1.7
ANZ                                       +1.2
CBA                                       -2.5
NAB                                       +1.7
Westpac                                   -4.0
RBC Capital                               +3.0
TD Securities                             +2.0
Deutsche Bank                             -3.0
BankAM-ML                                 -2.0
UBS                                       -2.0
Macquarie                                 +3.0
JP Morgan                                 -2.0
St George                                 -2.0
AMP Capital                               +1.0
--MNI Sydney Bureau; tel: +61 2-9716-5467; email:

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