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Most UK Indicator

GDP

GDP is the value of all final goods and services produced in the UK. It is the broadest measure of economic activity and the principal indicator of economic performance.

Current Account

Also known as the balance of payments, this data analyzes all transactions between the UK and the rest of the world. It is the most comprehensive measure of international transactions.

Unemployment Change

Based on unemployed individuals who are actively seeking work and are claiming unemployment-related benefits.

CPI

This index measures the change in prices for a fixed basket of goods and services, which is purchased by consumers.

LEI

A composite of economic variables designed to signal turning points in the economy. As a rule of thumb, three declines in a row are interpreted as signaling a recession (with an average lead time of about 12 months).

RICS House Balance

An index of house price inflation.

Nationwide House Prices

An index of house prices.

Retail Sales m/m

Monitors the volume and value of retail sales, comprised of food, non-specialized stores, clothing and footwear, household goods, non-store retailing, and other nonfood.

BRC Shop Price Index

An indicator of price changes in retail outlets, providing a picture of the inflation faced by shoppers on the most commonly bought items.

Industrial Production

Output indexes of production industries, comprised of mining, quarrying, oil and gas extraction, manufacturing, and electricity/gas/water supply.

Manufacturing Production

The most important component of the Industrial Production Report.

CIPS Services

Monitors activity in the services sector.

CIPS Manufacturing

Monitors activity in the manufacturing sector.

CBI Monthly Industrial Trends Survey

The survey of the manufacturing sector contains a lot of information about orders, inventories, output, overall business confidence, intentions, cost pressures, and capacity utilization.

CBI Distributive Trades Survey

A survey of some 500 to 600 firms involved in distribution. There are 3 subgroups: wholesaling, retailing, and the auto trade.

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