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  • Business Impact of COVID-19 Survey (BICS)

    Dataset | Released on 7 May 2020

    The indicators and analysis presented in this bulletin are based on responses from the new voluntary fortnightly business survey, which captures businesses responses on how their turnover, workforce prices, trade and business resilience have been affected in the two week reference period. These data relate to the period 6 April 2020 to 19 April 2020.

    Keywords: corona virus, COVID 19, COVID19, coronovirus, industries, continuing trading, finances, business confidence

  • Revisions to output of the production industries

    Dataset | Released on 11 February 2020

    Revisions to index values and growth rates for production, manufacturing and the main industrial groupings in the UK.

    Keywords: GDP, sectors, growths, IOP

  • Index of Production weights 2016=100

    Dataset | Released on 11 November 2019

    Weights of lower-level industrial groupings within the main Index of Production sectors. Data are calculated on a 2016 equals 100 basis.

    Keywords: Weights, IoP, Contribution, IoP, Contribution, Weights

  • Combined Authorities Economic Indicators

    Dataset | Released on 14 March 2017

    Key economic and socio-economic data for the six Combined Authorities of Greater Manchester, Liverpool, Peterborough and Cambridgeshire, Tees Valley, West Midlands and West of England as well as each of the constituent Local Authorities within them.

    Keywords: cities, city, region, mayoral, devolution

  • Revisions to rail transport (49.1-2), quarter-on-quarter percentage change, chained volume measure, seasonally adjusted

    Dataset | Released on 23 December 2016

    Time series of quarter-on-quarter revisions to the rail transport industry and impact on gross domestic product (GDP) and index of services (IoS) growth.

    Keywords: UK economy, national accounts, economic growth