Very busy at the moment with reports and so on, so let's have a quick look at what is happening.
First, for people interested in regional LMI, the Centre for Cities recently published their Cities Outlook 2011, which examines the economic outlook for the UK's cities.
The view of the Centre is that Milton Keynes, Reading, Aberdeen, Leeds and Bristol are the cities best placed to lead a private sector recovery, and points out that a third of the UK's private sector jobs are found in 11 cities: London, Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Sheffield.
Next up is the AGR Survey. I'm going to give the survey a post to itself, but, like High Fliers, the outlook is cautiously positive with an increase in graduate vacancies - but not salary - expected.
You probably saw the GDP figures yesterday. I understand there was some media coverage, but if you have strong nerves, here is the statistical bulletin. Remember, this is just an estimate!