Economic indicators: economic growth
Economic indicators that measure trends in economic growth are available from a number of sources, including government and professional bodies. On this page you can access reports and online resources providing statistics and commentary.
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A monthly compendium of UK economic statistics and articles compiled by the Office for National Statistics. Formerly the Economic & Labour Market Review.
National Statistical Organisations
Links to governmental statistical bodies compiled by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). Most agencies supply data on economic growth and indices.
London's Economy Today
A monthly publication from the Mayor of London's office investigating the London economy. Contains a wide range of London and UK economic indicators, including the latest tube usage data, employment and unemployment, productivity, house prices and consumer confidence.
Quarterly National Accounts
Quarterly breakdown of the components of GDP as well as key sector accounts aggregates. Published by the Office for National Statistics.
United Kingdom Economic Accounts (UKEA)
Detailed estimates of national product, income and expenditure, UK sector accounts and UK balance of payments. Published by the Office of National Statistics.
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