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- Print source: London Business School Risk Measurement Service
- Online sources: Thomson One Banker
Import and export figures
- Online sources UK: UK Trade in Goods Analysed in Terms of Industry (MQ10)
- Online sources EU: Eurostat; Other countries : World Integrated Trade Solution for access to UNCTAD-TRAINS [TRade Analysis and INformation System] Import and export data for products classified to 6-digit HS level for more than 100 countries. Prior (free) registration required.
Retail Price Index (RPI) / Consumer Price Index (CPI)
Market size and market share
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
- Online sources: UK - Office for National Statistics; EU - Eurostat; USA - Statistical Abstract of USA, US Bureau of Economic Analysis; OECD - OECD Frequently Requested Statistics; all countries: Passport Global Marketing Information Database - Find out how to get the best from the Passport Global Marketing Information Database with this comprehensive user guide.
UK company accounts
- Online sources: Companies House Companies Search.
Doing business in
- Online sources: Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales portal to ‘Doing Business in ’ guides and other useful resources.
Industry averages for profitability
Information on Dorset companies
Purchasing power of the GB pound (or US dollar) today/in relative to ?
- Print sources: Economic Trends (back to 1948 in Annual Supplement); USA: Statistical Abstract of United States 1994 [1950-1993]
- Online sources: GB Pound - Inflation: the Value of the Pound 1750-1998 (House of Commons Library Research Paper 99/20) 1999; USA : Statistical Abstract of USA; US Dollar - What's a dollar worth? [1913 - 2000] (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis); other currencies - Historical Exchange Rates - historical exchange rates between the US dollar and several different currencies over a period of years, including Ireland (1951-1998), the UK (1791-2007), Mexico (1921-2007), and India (1922-2007).