The United Kingdom's final GDP reading came in flat at 0.3%; while on the year it also came in unchanged at -0.2%.

Meanwhile, the Index of Services for the three months in April was revised to 0.3% up from the previous 0.2%, while it is currently 0.6% lower than the previous forecast of 0.4%.

Moreover, household expenditure dropped 0.1% from the prior 0.6%; general government final consumption expenditure rose 1.5% from the previous 0.1% in 2009; gross fixed capital formation also gained 4.5% from -1.7% recorded in 2009; whereas exports fell by 1.7% from the previous 4.0% and imports followed by dropping 1.6% from 2009's 4.4%.