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U.K. | 10 Nov 2020 GDP Likely Grew Slowly in September, but the Consensus is too Downbeat
September's GDP report, released on Thursday, looks set to show the economic recovery ended Q3 with little momentum.

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10 Nov 2020 GDP Likely Grew Slowly in September, but the Consensus is too Downbeat

By Samuel Tombs

September's GDP report, released on Thursday, looks set to show the economic recovery ended Q3 with little momentum.

Posted: 9th Nov 2020 in 'U.K.'

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