All 4 graphs provide evidence that Australia had a negative Current Account Balance at least since 2008. Although OECD Long-term figure differs from the other three, it shows the growth of Australia Current Account Balance as a whole from 2008 to 2016, without taking into account the fall to the level of -4.12 percent in 2015. IMF, OECD short-term and EC also show this fall along with the recession in 2012.

EC and OECD forecasts predict improving Current Account Balance, while IMF Forecast and OECD Long-term Forecast indicates that index will deteriorate.

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