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Andrew Verity
BBC economics correspondent. Should mean I'm corresponding with everyone. If you know something others should know, get in touch. Views mine: facts, everyone's.
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SoberLook.com Apr 27
Chart(): Eurozone's overnight interbank rate moves deeper into negative territory -
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Generation Rent Apr 27
Send us your images of ropey rented housing
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Andrew Verity Apr 27
2.1% growth is hardly terrible. But if you look at GDP per head it's up by just 0.2% in Q1. See table here:
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Andrew Verity Apr 27
Only the service sector is larger than it was 8 years ago. Everything else still hasn't fully recovered:
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Andrew Verity Apr 27
No rebalancing - in fact we're getting less so. Only services grew while construction and production shrank in Q1 on figures just released
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Andrew Verity Apr 27
Construction output fell by 0.9% in the first quarter of the year - a stark number
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Andrew Verity Apr 27
ONS says it has no evidence for or against the slowdown in economic growth (0.4%) being related to the EU referendum
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Andrew Verity Apr 27
GDP in Q1 has come in at 0.4% growth - economic growth slowing down
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Robert Reich Apr 26
According to the Economic Policy Institute, the wages of young college grads are going nowhere, and the wages of...
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Romesh Vaitilingam Apr 26
Leaving the EU could lead to UK GDP losses of 10% or more, overview of reports on economic impact of :
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David Allen Green Apr 26
Next time you read a political/media attack on Human Rights Act or ECHR, remember Hillsborough Inquest would not have happened without them.
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ResolutionFoundation Apr 26
Low-to-middle income households in London r spending almost two-fifths of their income on housing - perilously high
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Pedro da Costa Apr 26
The IMF's 'global stability' map looks a little unstable.
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Simon Neville Apr 26
I thoroughly look forward to every fashion retailer blaming today's "unseasonable snow" for their latest fall in sales
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nikki turner Apr 21
It's tragic they're gone but what a great legacy have left. Positive, creative, respected. RIP
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Andrew Verity Apr 21
2/2 A £7.1bn net EU contribution is equal to 0.4% of the economy. A small shift in growth would eclipse that sum.
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Andrew Verity Apr 21
1/2 According to the Chair of the UK Statistics Authority, Sir Andrew Dilnot CBE our average net EU contribution 2010-2014 was £7.1bn...
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Andrew Verity Apr 21
yes; damn turbulent markets.
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Andrew Verity Apr 21
The national debt rose in 2015/16 both in pounds and pence and as a proportion of the economy. ONS extract attached
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Andrew Verity Apr 21
Yes the promise was a % of GDP and it's up on that score too - by 0.2% to 83.5% of GDP
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