Gross Domestic Product. (Statistical Appendix)

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Gross Domestic Product. (Statistical Appendix)


 
Table 1 
 
Gross domestic product 
 
[pounds sterling] billion, 1995 prices, seasonally adjusted 
 
             Final consumption             Gross capital 
                expenditure                  formation 
                                      Gross 
          Households   General        fixed        Change in   Domestic 
          & NPISH (a)  gov't     investments (b)  investories  demand 
 
1995         459.8     141.0          117.4           4.4      722.7 
1996         477.5     142.7          123.0           1.6      744.8 
1997         495.8     142.8          131.7           3.7      773.9 
1998         514.8     145.0          149.1           4.6      813.5 
1999         536.5     149.1          150.5           5.2      841.2 
2000         558.6     154.0          156.4           2.9      871.9 
2001         580.2     158.1          156.6           1.5      896.4 
 
1998 Q1      127.1      35.6           36.3           1.2      200.2 
1998 Q2      128.3      36.2           37.4           0.3      202.2 
1998 Q3      129.2      36.4           37.4           1.4      204.5 
1998 Q4      130.2      36.7           38.0           1.7      206.6 
 
1999 Q1      132.1      37.1           37.6           1.6      208.3 
1999 Q2      133.4      37.1           37.2           0.4      208.2 
1999 Q3      134.6      37.3           37.5           1.3      210.7 
1999 Q4      136.4      37.6           38.2           1.9      214.1 
 
2000 Q1      138.0      38.0           37.7           0.1      213.8 
2000 Q2      139.0      38.6           38.6           1.3      217.5 
2000 Q3      140.2      38.8           39.3           1.4      219.6 
2000 Q4      141.5      38.6           40.8           0.2      221.1 
 
2001 Q1      142.9      39.6           39.2           0.5      222.2 
2001 Q2      144.3      39.5           39.4           0.8      224.0 
2001 Q3      145.8      39.2           38.9           0.7      224.6 
2001 Q4      147.2      39.8           39.1          -0.5      225.6 
 
 
 
                      Gross                          GDP at 
          Total        final     Total               market 
          exports   expenditure  imports   Residual  prices 
 
1995      203.5        926.2     207.1       0.0     719.2 
1996      220.3        965.0     227.0       0.0     738.0 
1997      238.5       1012.4     249.0       0.0     763.5 
1998      245.8        059.2     272.9       0.0     786.3 
1999      258.9       1100.2     297.2       0.0     803.0 
2000      285.6       1157.1     329.7      -0.4     827.4 
2001      288.4       1184.5     338.8      -0.3     845.7 
 
1998 Q1    60.8        261.0      66.2       0.0     194.7 
1998 Q2    61.8        264.0      67.9       0.0     196.2 
1998 Q3    61.7        266.2      68.8       0.0     197.3 
1998 Q4    61. 

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