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Gdp +0.8% Q3 2013

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I note that GDP at market prices was 103.7 in 2008 on the ONS chart and now it stands at 103.1. Yet a further measure of GDP ''value added'' has an increase from 103.8 to 104.0.

(not allowing me to cut and paste the chart)

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But they still want to reduce everything, allow inflation to further make our lives harder and continue the race to the bottom of the world living standards.

I surmise this is a good set of results only for the 1% and the powers that be will continue to make us suffer as much as they can get away with without causing civil unrest.

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Has the imputed rent gone up again?

We won't know until the later GDP estimates are out.

However the largest contributor to growth in Q3 2013 was 'business services and finance', and that's the category that imputed rent falls into.

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Government is a service?

If I read it right, it is nearly 25% of our total "output"...and bear in mind this is 100% financed by the rest of the economy, that is only bad news.

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