Notice that, to make small numbers look even smaller, I've done two somewhat unusual things:
I variably round: that is, I round big numbers to no decimal place  their extra digits don't help, they hinder ('116.7....')  and I show smaller numbers to one decimal place (if I didn't, all smaller numbers would be zero);
I remove the leading '0' for these smaller numbers.
(I then shunt the smaller numbers slightly to the right  in effect, I align the bottom five's decimal points with those of the top five, if the top five had any.)
Unusual, yes, so here's two thoughts on this:
1. Variable rounding often upsets accountants: they say it's inconsistent. Actually it's more consistent, as we'd see if we were to analyse rounding errors... but let's not do that today.
2. Removing the leading '0'  others do it. It's how media sometimes show unfinished overs in cricket. Also, Warren Buffett did it in his Letters to Shareholders up until 2011  click here for the 2011 report and study the first column of numbers in the first table... the 1999 figure is '.5'. In the 2012 report, it had become '0.5'. A shame.
With thanks to James Moon (my brother) for sending me The Telegraph's blocks.
Jon
