Plenty have observed that the economic recovery is "unbalanced".
Certainly real wages growth has been shockingly weak.
Agriculture was crushed during the brutal and prolonged winter through 2012/13, while mining and quarrying continues its long, slow decline.
Agriculture is still feeling its way back from the big freeze.
It's true that the recovery is top heavy financial services, but that's exactly what we expected.
Tesco saw another £1.2 billion wiped from its share price while Sainsbury's and Morrisons saw their share prices tanking in sympathy, with each seeing several hundred million pounds wiped from their market valuations.