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  • Consumer trends: implied deflator, not seasonally adjusted

    Set ddata | Released on 31 March 2017

    Household expenditure full dataset, implied deflator, not seasonally adjusted. The estimates published in this workbook are consistent with Blue Book 2016.

    Allweddeiriau: Household Spending, Imputed Rental, Personal Expenditure, Spending per Head, Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP)

  • Consumer trends time series dataset

    Set ddata | Dataset ID: CT | Released on 31 March 2017

    Consumer trends dataset up to Quarter 4 (Oct to Dec) 2016. This data series is consistent with Blue Book 2016.

    Allweddeiriau: Household Spending, Imputed Rental, Personal Expenditure, Spending per Head, Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP)

  • Consumer trends: current price, not seasonally adjusted

    Set ddata | Released on 31 March 2017

    Household expenditure full dataset, current price, not seasonally adjusted. The estimates published in this workbook are consistent with Blue Book 2016.

    Allweddeiriau: Household Spending, Imputed Rental, Personal Expenditure, Spending per Head, Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP)

  • Consumer trends: implied deflator, seasonally adjusted

    Set ddata | Released on 31 March 2017

    Household expenditure full dataset, implied deflator, seasonally adjusted. The estimates published in this workbook are consistent with Blue Book 2016.

    Allweddeiriau: Household Spending, Imputed Rental, Personal Expenditure, Spending per Head, Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP)

  • Consumer trends: chained volume measure, seasonally adjusted

    Set ddata | Released on 31 March 2017

    Household expenditure full dataset, chained volume measure, seasonally adjusted. The estimates published in this workbook are consistent with Blue Book 2016.

    Allweddeiriau: Household Spending, Imputed Rental, Personal Expenditure, Spending per Head, Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP)

  • Consumer trends: current price, seasonally adjusted

    Set ddata | Released on 31 March 2017

    Household expenditure full dataset, current price, seasonally adjusted. The estimates published in this workbook are consistent with Blue Book 2016.

    Allweddeiriau: Household Spending, Imputed Rental, Personal Expenditure, Spending per Head, Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP)

  • Consumer trends: chained volume measure, not seasonally adjusted

    Set ddata | Released on 31 March 2017

    Household expenditure full dataset, chained volume measure, not seasonally adjusted. The estimates published in this workbook are consistent with Blue Book 2016.

    Allweddeiriau: Household Spending, Imputed Rental, Personal Expenditure, Spending per Head, Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose (COICOP)

  • UK Tourism Satellite Account 2013: TSA Tables

    Set ddata | Released on 10 May 2016

    The TSA tables 1-7 based on internationally agreed definitions and methodology.

    Allweddeiriau: Tourism, Tourism Intelligence Unit, satellite account, economy

  • Household satellite account: full UK accounts 2005 to 2014

    Set ddata | Released on 7 April 2016

    Full reference tables for the Household Satellite Account (HHSA) showing the Output, Intermediate Consumption and Gross Value Added of home produced services in the United Kingdom. The HHSA measures the value of adult and child care, household housing services, nutrition, clothing and laundry, transport and volunteering.

    Allweddeiriau: home production, non-market, unpaid work, gross value added, national accounts

  • The Economic Importance of Tourism: UK Tourism Satellite Accounts

    Set ddata | Released on 26 June 2015

    Inbound, outbound and domestic tourism expenditure, inbound tourism consumption, production accounts and employment of the tourism industries and domestic supply and internal tourism consumption.