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UK Economic Data - Average Earnings Index

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Here is a UK economic data item that downloads economic time series from the Office for National Statistics website.
It can be used to download almost any economic indicator for the United Kingdom economy.

Currently it is set to download the Average Earnings Index for the whole UK economy. The Average Earnings Index, AEI, is a key indicator of how fast earnings are growing in Great Britain. It compares the earnings of the latest month with the last base year earnings. To get more information on the Average Earnings Index, go to: http://www.statistics.gov.uk/StatBase/Product.asp?vlnk=2484&More=Y

The AEI index is released monthly and its dataset contains four time series. These series are associated with the following ticker symbols:
^LNMM: Average earnings-Index series, (2000=100), not seasonally adjusted.
^LNMQ: Average earnings-Index series, (2000=100), seasonally adjusted.
^LNMU: Average earnings, Percentage change, seasonally adjusted.
^LNNC: Average earnings, Headline rate, seasonally adjusted.

To download another economic time series:
- Visit the following link: http://www.statistics.gov.uk/statbase/ts-datasets.asp
- Click on a time series
- In the "Download CSV file" URL, note the number that follows "?vlnk". For example: The ID of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP): expenditure at current market prices is 208
- Type the number in the "Economic Series ID" text box. You can download data for several time series by typing an economic series ID on each line.


Here are some examples:
Consumer Prices Index (CPI) - ID: 7174
Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) - ID: 340
Production industry jobs - ID: 342
Workforce jobs - ID: 496
Claimant Count - ID: 430
Mergers & Acquisitions data - ID: 993
Other Financial Institutions (OFI) - ID: 705




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Object ID: 509


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Market: Economic

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