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U.K. | 21 December 2017 Q3 Accounts to Reveal Temporary Supports to Households' Spending
The national accounts, released on Friday, likely will restate that quarter-on-quarter GDP growth picked up to 0.4% in Q3, from 0.3% in Q2.

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21 December 2017 Q3 Accounts to Reveal Temporary Supports to Households' Spending

By Samuel Tombs

The national accounts, released on Friday, likely will restate that quarter-on-quarter GDP growth picked up to 0.4% in Q3, from 0.3% in Q2.

Posted: 20th Dec 2017 in 'U.K.'

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