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Andrew Verity
BBC economics correspondent. That should mean I'm corresponding with everyone. Views mine: facts, everyone's.
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Global Markets Forum 11h
Take a look at GDP per capita since 2007 from
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Lawrence Tomlinson 21h
Tyrie demands Commons recall for RBS in ‘asset-stripping’ row
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Tom Harper May 5
Top investigation by on RBS 'stripping assets of firms to prop up balance sheet'. Massive issue...
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Andrew Verity Apr 29
US economy growing even more slowly than ours. Jan-Mar it grew by just 0.2% (annualised). Economists expected 1.0%
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Andrew Verity Apr 28
The economy's slowing down. GDP up just 0.3% in Q1
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Andrew Verity Apr 24
sorry if you struggled to open that flash crash link; try it again now
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Andrew Verity Apr 23
HA! oh my god - don't usually have a freeze frame like that. I'll have to make it my main twitter picture!
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Andrew Verity Apr 23
If you missed my report on the US allegations against the flash crash trader, you can find it here:
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Andrew Verity Apr 21
If you missed my report on post office treatment of subpostmasters with cash shortfalls it's here:
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Nick Wallis Apr 21
Confidential Second Sight report into Post Office Horizon IT system now online
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Andrew Verity Apr 17
If you're the average worker (no-one is) you made £459 a week excluding bonuses in February, versus £424 in May 2010. Ignores tax, inflation
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Andrew Verity Apr 17
Excluding bonuses and before taxes - not taking account of inflation - the average worker now makes £35 more than they did in May 2010 - ONS
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Andrew Verity Apr 17
With inflation at zero in February, the 1.8% rise in average earnings (excluding bonuses) was the highest real terms rise for years.
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Andrew Verity Apr 17
Av. Earnings up in Feb 1.8% excluding bonuses (ONS). Up from 1.6% previous month
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Andrew Verity Apr 17
Unemployment now down to 5.6%
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Shaun Port Apr 14
6m core inflation trend has been around 0.8% for last few months after adj for seasonal trends
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
Factory gate prices rose 0.2% between February and March 2015, unchanged from last month, but were down 1.7% on a year ago
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
Average petrol prices rose by 3.8 pence per litre between February and March this year - ONS
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
It's not just petrol now: core inflation - excl food, fuel - was just 1.0% in the year to March, down from 1.2% in Feb and 1.4% in Jan.
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Andrew Verity Apr 14
A rise in the price of fuel and food was what stopped inflation falling below zero last month
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