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GDP Data Release 2Q172017-09-06T14:00:00Zpdf1061560Free to Air Data Release 2Q17The Australian economy posted strong growth of 0.8% q-q in 2Q17, after weather conditions had an impact on exports and construction in 1Q17.

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JLL Adelaide Industrial Market Overview 2Q17/australia/en-au/research/533/jll-adelaide-industrial-market-overview-2q17JLL Adelaide Industrial Market Overview 2Q17Increased enquiry levels recorded at the start of 2017 have slowly begun to translate into leasing commitments with three major tenant moves totaling 15,450 sqm recorded in 2Q17.
JLL Brisbane Industrial Market Overview 2Q17/australia/en-au/research/534/jll-brisbane-industrial-market-overview-2q17JLL Brisbane Industrial Market Overview 2Q17Overall leasing activity showed improvement over the June quarter. Gross take-up totalled approximately 142,500 sqm, above the 10-year quarterly average (108,100 sqm).
JLL Melbourne Industrial Market Overview 2Q17/australia/en-au/research/535/jll-melbourne-industrial-market-overview-2q17JLL Melbourne Industrial Market Overview 2Q17Demand this quarter was robust across industrial take-up of both existing vacancies and pre-lease deals.
JLL Perth Industrial Market Overview 2Q17/australia/en-au/research/536/jll-perth-industrial-market-overview-2q17JLL Perth Industrial Market Overview 2Q17Leasing activity across the Perth industrial market increased from the previous quarter, with gross take up totalling 48,000 sqm across seven occupier moves.
JLL Sydney Industrial Market Overview 2Q17/australia/en-au/research/537/jll-sydney-industrial-market-overview-2q17JLL Sydney Industrial Market Overview 2Q17Take-up volumes continued to be robust in the first half of 2017, with 343,200 sqm of gross take-up.
Australia GDP: A Return to Growth March 2017/australia/en-au/research/500/australia-gdp-a-return-to-growth-march-2017Australia GDP: A Return to Growth March 2017The economy returned decisively to growth in the final quarter of 2016, recording 1.1% growth q-q. This was boosted by household consumption, net exports and public sector investment.