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- noun A total amount produced during a given period; output.
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- noun An
amountproduced during a specified period; outputor turnout
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- noun what is produced in a given time period
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As far as the next public finance figures go, conveniently timed to be released just hours before the spending review on Wednesday, Allan Monks at JP Morgan Chase says: An £14. 7bn outturn for overall borrowing in September would be in line with last year's borrowing requirement.
"The monetary policy implication of today's data is not very significant, given our view that the Reserve Bank of India will likely accord higher priority to the January inflation outturn due Tuesday and the outlook of the inflation trajectory thereafter," Deutsche Bank said in a note.
A noticeably weaker-than-expected outturn would bolster claims the U.S. is entering a prolonged slowdown, dragging the U.S. dollar lower, said Mike Jones , a currency strategist at the Bank of New Zealand.
The detailed receipts and expenditure tables use HM Treasury's methodology from the End of year fiscal report to break down the differences between forecast and outturn into the following categories:
"The improved outturn for July is largely due to the strength of corporation tax receipts ... given that we are still in the early stages of the recovery, the size of the bounce demonstrates how resilient company finances have been during the recession," said Andrew Goodwin, senior economic advisor at Ernst and Young ITEM Club.
The outturn data presented here could therefore change in the future.
That compares with June's unchanged monthly outturn and 8.7% annual increase.
Differences between forecast and outturn for those determinants subject to audited assumptions partly explain differences between forecast and outturn for receipts and expenditure.
Any differences between the forecasts of these economic determinants and their eventual outturn values will partly explain the differences between forecast and outturn receipts and expenditure;
Mr. King said that the CPI outturn was higher than expected, but that there could be significant volatility from month to month.