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U.K. Documents | 2 May 2018 The Credit Impulse is now Negative, Clouding the Near-Term GDP Outlook
The March money and credit figures provide more evidence that the economy's weak start to the year won't be just a blip.

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2 May 2018 The Credit Impulse is now Negative, Clouding the Near-Term GDP Outlook

By Samuel Tombs

The March money and credit figures provide more evidence that the economy's weak start to the year won't be just a blip.

Posted: 1st May 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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