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U.K. | 12 Apr. Do Leading Indicators Signal Impending Recession?
Another day, another downbeat survey. The British Chamber of Commerce's comprehensive and long-running Quarterly Economic Survey was published yesterday, and it added to evidence of a Q1 slowdown.

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12 Apr. Do Leading Indicators Signal Impending Recession?

By Samuel Tombs

Another day, another downbeat survey. The British Chamber of Commerce's comprehensive and long-running Quarterly Economic Survey was published yesterday, and it added to evidence of a Q1 slowdown.

Posted: 12th Apr 2016 in 'U.K.'

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