The U.K.’s Office of National Statistics may start charging for data after the government cut its budget as part of the deficit-reduction plan, the London- based Times reported.
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Following is a breakdown of gross domestic product by category of income for the second quarter from the Office of National Statistics in London:
The pound posted its fourth straight week of declines against the dollar as concern over public finances in Britain and nations across Europe prompted investors to seek safer assets.
Following is the expenditure at market prices for the second quarter from the Office of National Statistics in London:
The U.S. cost of living was unchanged in November, showing it will take time for inflation to approach the level desired by Federal Reserve officials, who begin their policy meeting today.