All data related to Gross domestic product, preliminary estimate: October to December 2017

  • GDP in chained volume measures – revision triangles (ABMI)

    Dataset | Released on 10 May 2019

    Quarterly and annual growth rates and revisions for UK gross domestic product (GDP), in chained volume measures at market prices.

    Keywords: economic growth, economic activity, UK economy

  • GDP output approach – low-level aggregates

    Dataset | Released on 10 May 2019

    Annual and quarterly low-level aggregates of UK output gross value added (GVA) on a constant- and current-price basis.
  • GDP(o) data sources catalogue

    Dataset | Released on 25 October 2017

    A breakdown of all the data sources that feed in to the output measure of Gross Domestic Product.

    Keywords: economic growth, economic activity, UK economy

  • Gross domestic product by gross value added

    Dataset | Released on 27 April 2018

    The B1 table and the quarterly and annual growths and indices published within the gross domestic product statistical bulletin.

    Keywords: uk economy, national accounts, economic growth

  • Gross domestic product per head: Table P

    Dataset | Released on 27 April 2018

    Annual and quarterly gross domestic product per head data on a constant price basis..
  • Gross value added – revision triangles

    Dataset | Released on 10 May 2019

    Quarterly growth rates and revisions for UK gross value added (GVA), in chained volume measures at basic prices.

    Keywords: economic growth, economic activity, UK economy

  • Monthly path of components

    Dataset | Released on 27 April 2018

    Monthly path for aggregates within production and services.

    Keywords: economic growth, economic activity, UK economy

  • Preliminary estimate of GDP time series

    Dataset | Dataset ID: PGDP | Released on 27 April 2018

    Preliminary estimate for gross domestic product (GDP) containing constant price gross value added (GVA) data for the UK.

    Keywords: UK economy, national accounts, economic growth