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U.K. Documents | 24 Feb. 2016 Downside Surprise from Fourth- Quarter GDP Likely
The second estimate of Q4 GDP, published on Thursday, probably will show that the economy slowed more abruptly last year than previously thought and that it has become very dependent on consumers for momentum.

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24 Feb. 2016 Downside Surprise from Fourth- Quarter GDP Likely

By Samuel Tombs

The second estimate of Q4 GDP, published on Thursday, probably will show that the economy slowed more abruptly last year than previously thought and that it has become very dependent on consumers for momentum.

Posted: 24th Feb 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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