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U.K. Documents | 11 January 2018 November Data Point to a Slight Slowdown in GDP Growth in Q4
Yesterday's deluge of output and trade data broadly supported our call that quarter-on-quarter GDP growth likely slowed to 0.3% in Q4, from 0.4% in Q3.

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11 January 2018 November Data Point to a Slight Slowdown in GDP Growth in Q4

By Samuel Tombs

Yesterday's deluge of output and trade data broadly supported our call that quarter-on-quarter GDP growth likely slowed to 0.3% in Q4, from 0.4% in Q3.

Posted: 10th Jan 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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