Week in numbers

0.1% – The amount the National Institute of Economic and Social Research estimates gross domestic product grew in Q1 2012.

-40% – The amount the average travel insurance claim for skiing injuries in the US and Canada has fallen year-on-year – but £2,863 was still paid out compared with £960 in France.

£12bn – The annual turnover from housing associations according to housing minister Grant Shapps.

630,389 – The number of property sales in 2011, down 4% from the 654,481 seen in 2010.

£15.6m – The estimated cost to retailers to install displays to hide tobacco products to comply with laws coming into effect in April 2015.

£9,393 – The typical annual cost of owning and running a house, says Halifax. This is the highest since January 2008, when it was £9,406.

170,000 – The number of homes set to be delivered through the government’s Affordable Homes Programme – 20,000 more than originally thought.

35% – The number of 18 to 24 year old men who, when asked by the AA if they could change a light bulb, said no.