Industrial Output

Industrial output in Britain rose for a third month in a row

Industrial output rises again in April, says new ONS figures

Industrial output in Britain rose for a third month in a row, lower than the last two months but up by 0.8 per cent on a quarterly basis.

Industrial output grew by 0.7% in March

Industrial output rise suggests momentum for UK economic growth

There was a better than expected rise in industrial output adding to the recent good economic news and providing hope that the economy can build on the 0.3 per cent rise in GDP in Q1.

Manufacturing activity stabilised in April, says Markit

Has the manufacturing sector turned the tide?

Activity in the manufacturing sector stabilised in April raising hopes that the sector could help the economy grow further in the second quarter of 2013.

NIESR says the UK will avoid a triple-dip

NIESR says UK will dodge triple dip and record 1st QTR growth

The National Institute of Economic and Social Research says that the UK economy has grown by 0.1 per cent in the three months to the end of March and will avoid a triple-dip

Industrial output grew by 1% in February

Industrial output up raising hopes UK will avoid recession

There were mixed signals for the UK economy today as the trade deficit widened but industrial output grew in February.

Industrial output fell by 1.5% in January

UK heading for triple dip recession as industrial output falls

UK industrial output fell by 1.2 per cent catching analysts by surprise and putting more pressure on sterling as the UK heads for a triple-dip recession.

A fall in North Sea oil production contributed to falling industrial output

UK on triple-dip recession alert as industrial output slides

City analysts put the UK economy on triple-dip alert after falling factory output and North Sea oil production led to poor industrial output in October.

The UK trade deficit widened in August

UK trade deficit more than doubles in August

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reports that the UK trade deficit widened by £4.2 billion in August as exports of goods fell and imports increased.

Latest industrial figures suggest the economic performance is moving in the right direction

Industry could lead UK out of double-dip recession

Industrial output in the UK posted the biggest monthly rise for 25 years, fuelling hopes that the UK economy will emerge from its double-dip recession.

'Difficult road ahead' for UK manufacturing

Britain’s manufacturing remains weak amid Eurozone woes

The UK’s manufacturing sector remained downbeat last month as order books were affected by ongoing troubles in the Eurozone.

Manufacturing output fell by 0.7 per cent in October, according to the ONS

Manufacturing output drop fuels UK double-dip recession fears

A sharp fall in UK manufacturing output of 0.7 per cent in October in official figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) makes a recession more likely.

Mnaufacturing output fell for the 3rd month in succession, according to the ONS

More bad economic news: Manufacturing output falls in August

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reports that manufacturing output fell by 0.3 per cent in August.

Manufacturing and factory expectations for output and orders is growing, according to the CBI

Manufacturing sector shows healthy order book

The latest Industrial Trends report from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI)shows that both expectations of future output and orders have increased as inflationary and pricing pressures recede.

Mnaufacturing output increased by 1.8 per cent in May, according to the ONS

Manufacturing output increases by 1.8 per cent in May

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released new data that shows manufacturing output increased by 1.8 per cent in May, rebounding after a fall in April.

The ONS reorts that manufacturing output fell sharply in April

Biggest fall in manufacturing output for two years, says ONS

The latest survey from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reports that manufacturing output fell by 1.5 per cent in April, the biggest drop for more than two years.

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