£80bn – The amount of loans the Bank of England needs to provide to banks under its funding for lending scheme for a 5% rise in lending.
£41m – The sum for which Premier Foods has sold classic brands Sarsons vinegar and Haywards pickles to Japanese firm, Mizkan.
£1m – The weekly revenue of insurance adviser Lifesearch in the last week of May, the first time the firm had broken through the £1m barrier.
7% – The average drop in private incomes during 2010/11 because of high unemployment, according to Institute of Fiscal Studies research.
29m – The number of cigarette butts thrown from car windows every year, according to Green Flag.
0.2% – The percentage increase in unemployment in the eurozone area in Q1 2012 as it remained stable in the European Union, according to the European Commission.
14% – The percentage increase in cash withdrawals from Sainsbury’s ATM network on the day of an England international football match.
44% – The percentage of farmers with no formal succession plans in place for when they retire, which is putting the industry at risk, according to Barclays.