The Composite Economic Index for Northern Ireland shows that economic activity peaked in the second quarter of 2007, when the index stood at 108.8. Up to quarter 3 2012 the local economy has risen only marginally by 0.3%.
The Northern Ireland Residential Property Price Index shows that house prices have fallen by 56% since the peak of quarter 2 2007 .
Statistical information on the NI economy can be obtained from a number of sources:
1. Major Economic Statistics major economic statistics.
2. Regional Gross Value Added - statistics across the UK
3. Residential Property Price Index - latest quarterly index
Detailed Economic statistics for small areas can also be obtained from the Northern Ireland Neighbourhood Information Service website
by clicking here
Interactive content on Residential Property Prices can be found here.