4 September: It is back to school for the #icaewchartoftheweek with some graphical geography to illustrate the 50 states and one district that together comprise the United States of America.
Public sector and economic data can be daunting. In chart form it all becomes so much more digestible.
Each week we publish a chart that illuminates a different aspect of the economy.
31 July: Summer is the time for a special edition of the #icaewchartofthemonth, celebrating the victory of the English men’s cricket team over the West Indies in the 3rd Test at Old Trafford
24 July: Liabilities of £4.6tn exceeded assets of £2.1tn at 31 March 2019 in the latest set of consolidated financial statements for the UK public sector.
17 July 2020: Debate rages about which symbol to attribute to the shape of the economic recovery.
10 July: Fiscal interventions reach £190bn as the Chancellor Rishi Sunak pours even more money into the economy in an attempt to keep it from stalling.
3 July 2020: Only a fraction of the population was working at their normal workplace during the Great Lockdown
26 June: The prime minister has announced a reduction in the number of government departments. How big is the cabinet compared to the rest of the world?
19 June 2020: Economic contraction sees monthly GDP per capita decline from £2,790 in February 2020 to £2,100 in April 2020.
12 June 2020: PFI contract payments have started to decline following a peak of £10.2bn in 2019-20.
5 June 2020: European Commission proposes €2tn in spending over the next seven years, including a major stimulus package.