UK Statistics

Statistical bulletin: UK Trade, December 2012

Statistical bulletin: UK Trade, December 2012

Released: 07 February 2013 Download PDF

Contents – December 2012

  • Key Figures
  • Summary
  • Economic Context
  • Value of UK Trade in Goods
  • Trade in Goods – EU Analysis
  • Trade in Goods – Non-EU Analysis
  • Trade in Goods – One Month Geographical Analysis
  • Trade in goods – Quarterly Geographical Analysis
  • Volume of Total Trade in Goods, Excluding Oil and Erratics
  • Export and Import Prices for Trade in Goods (Not Seasonally Adjusted)
  • Trade in Oil
  • Trade in Services
  • Records Sheet
  • Background notes
  • Statistical contacts

December 2012

  • UK Trade shows the value of imports and exports and is a key contributor to the overall economic growth of the UK.
  • Seasonally adjusted, the UK’s deficit on trade in goods and services was estimated to have been £3.2 billion in December, compared with a deficit of £3.6 billion in November. However, despite erratic changes in the deficit over the last 12 months, the level across that period has remained largely flat.
  • There was a deficit of £8.9 billion on goods, partly offset by an estimated surplus of £5.7 billion on services.
  • Excluding oil and erratic items, the deficit on trade in goods was £22.2 billion in quarter four. This was £0.2 billion more than the preceding quarter and £0.6 billion higher than quarter four 2011.
  • Export prices (excluding oil and erratics) rose by 0.3% in the latest quarter; import prices rose by 0.2% in the same period.
  • Get all the tables for this publication in the data section of this publication .

Source: Office for National Statistics licensed under the Open Government Licence v.1.0.

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