CPI annual inflation – the Government’s target measure was 1.5% in August 2014, down from 1.6% in July.
CPIH annual inflation - the measure of consumer price inflation including owner occupiers' housing costs (not a National Statistic), was 1.5% in August 2014, unchanged from July.
In the year to August 2014 the output price index for home sales of manufactured products fell 0.3%. In the same period the total input price index fell 7.2%.
UK house prices increased by 11.7% in the year to July 2014, up from 10.2% in the year to June 2014.
The Compendium of UK Statistics pulls together, in one place, independent statistics that can be compared across the four nations of the UK. These can be used to help inform important debates, such as in the context of the Scottish Referendum.
There was estimated to be no growth in the seasonally adjusted estimate of construction output in July 2014 when compared with June 2014.
This analysis looks at 2012 data on foreign-owned registered businesses in the UK Non-Financial Business Economy from the Annual Business Survey (ABS).