Import prices are expected to fall 1.5% on quarter after adding 3.2% in Q1. Export prices are called lower by 4.0% after rising 3.6% in the first quarter.
Building approvals are tipped to surge 23.3% on year after climbing 14.3% in May. Approvals are called flat on month after jumping 9.9% in the previous month.
Private sector credit is tipped to add 0.4% on month and 4.6% on year after gaining 0.4% on month and 4.7% on year in May.
Labor cash earnings are expected to add 0.8% on year after gaining 0.6% in May. Vehicle production climbed 6.1% in the previous month. Housing starts are called lower by 11.5% on year after tumbling 15.0% a month earlier. Construction orders spiked an annual 13.7% in May.
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