Some economic stats

By | 4th July 2010

There has been lots of talk this week about turning corners. Here are some stats, without comment, from the CSO.

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Next: Seasonally Adjusted Annual Average Standardised Unemployment Rates (SUR) (%) by Year

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And to be more accurate: Seasonally Adjusted Standardised Unemployment Rate (%) by Month

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One thought on “Some economic stats

  1. disgracedminister

    So i suppose a quick glance will show that a falling GNP is parallel to a rise in unemployment. Ive heard since the start of this mess that GNP figures should be used as an indicator instead of GDP, but I’ve yet to hear a reason as to why they’ve settled on GDP.

    Oh dear, can we have a quick solution to the rising unemployment? Something to hold the fort until this so-called recovery in the world economy happens?

    All seems a bit unstable to me, you can’t lose ALL the jobs, can you?

    Have you seen inflation around at the moment?

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