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U.K. | 12 Aug 2019 Q2's GDP Drop is an Inventory-Driven Blip, Growth will Spring Back in Q3
Q2's GDP figures create a terrible first impression, but a closer look suggests that the risk of a recession remains very low.

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12 Aug 2019 Q2's GDP Drop is an Inventory-Driven Blip, Growth will Spring Back in Q3

By Samuel Tombs

Q2's GDP figures create a terrible first impression, but a closer look suggests that the risk of a recession remains very low.

Posted: 12th Aug 2019 in 'U.K.'

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