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Subtopic: GVA by Category of Output

Latest Summaries

  • The history of National Accounting and its economic relevance 23-Jan-2014
    National Accounts in the UK
  • 2.2% increase in Index of Services compared with September 2012 27-Nov-2013
    Summary of key points from the Index of Sevices release for September 2013
  • 2013 Blue Book Revisions - what they mean 27-Jun-2013
    The UK's economic growth explained by Joe Grice, ONS Chief Economist
  • Video Summary: Long-term GDP revisions 27-Jun-2013
    An animated chart that shows the extent of revisions to GDP growth in the long-term.
  • Video Summary: ONS explaining the three estimates of Gross Domestic Product 27-Jun-2013
    The video explains the three estimates of Gross Domestic Product. GDP is the primary indicator of economic activity and, as defined by the United Nations System of National Accounts 1993 (SNA93) and the European System of Accounts 1995 (ESA95), can be estimated in three ways, which are theoretically equal. However, as the data collected and processed by ONS are based on a variety of statistical surveys and administrative data, the three estimates can be different. In order to produce a definitive estimate of quarterly or annual GDP, balancing processes are followed.
  • Video Summary: ONS explaining the three estimates of Gross Domestic Product 23-May-2013
    The video explains the three estimates of Gross Domestic Product. GDP is the primary indicator of economic activity and, as defined by the United Nations System of National Accounts 1993 (SNA93) and the European System of Accounts 1995 (ESA95), can be estimated in three ways, which are theoretically equal. However, as the data collected and processed by ONS are based on a variety of statistical surveys and administrative data, the three estimates can be different. In order to produce a definitive estimate of quarterly or annual GDP, balancing processes are followed.

Latest Publications

  • Second Estimate of GDP, Q4 2013 26-Feb-2014
    This release contains estimates of the key components of GDP from the output, income and expenditure approaches. Gross Domestic Product measures the chained volume index movements of the UK. The services sector accounts for more than three quarters of total gross domestic product. Figures are adjusted for seasonal variations unless otherwise stated. The reference year is 2010=100.
  • Multi-factor Productivity, Indicative Estimates to 2012 23-Jan-2014
    This article presents new annual estimates of Multi-factor Productivity (MFP) to 2012. These estimates are purely indicative and should not be interpreted as official statistics.
  • Quarterly National Accounts, Q3 2013 20-Dec-2013
    This release contains estimates of the key components of GDP from the output, income and expenditure approaches. Gross Domestic Product measures the chained volume index movements of the UK. The services sector accounts for more than three quarters of total gross domestic product. Figures are adjusted for seasonal variations unless otherwise stated and the reference year is 2010 = 100.
  • Second Estimate of GDP, Q3 2013 27-Nov-2013
    This release contains estimates of the key components of GDP from the output, income and expenditure approaches. Gross Domestic Product measures the chained volume index movements of the UK. The services sector accounts for more than three quarters of total gross domestic product. Figures are adjusted for seasonal variations unless otherwise stated. The reference year is 2010=100.
  • Quarterly National Accounts, Q2 2013 26-Sep-2013
    This release contains estimates of the key components of GDP from the output, income and expenditure approaches. Gross Domestic Product measures the chained volume index movements of the UK. The services sector accounts for more than three quarters of total gross domestic product. Figures are adjusted for seasonal variations unless otherwise stated and the reference year is 2010 = 100.
  • Second Estimate of GDP, Q2 2013 23-Aug-2013
    This release contains estimates of the key components of GDP from the output, income and expenditure approaches. Gross Domestic Product measures the chained volume index movements of the UK. The services sector accounts for more than three quarters of total gross domestic product. Figures are adjusted for seasonal variations unless otherwise stated. The reference year is 2010=100.

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