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U.K. | 24 August 2017 Second Estimate of Q2 GDP to Show U.K. Missing out on G7 Boom
We expect today's second estimate of Q2 GDP to confirm that the U.K. has been the slowest growing G7 economy this year.

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24 August 2017 Second Estimate of Q2 GDP to Show U.K. Missing out on G7 Boom

By Samuel Tombs

We expect today's second estimate of Q2 GDP to confirm that the U.K. has been the slowest growing G7 economy this year.

Posted: 23rd Aug 2017 in 'U.K.'

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