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26 May 2017 Soft GDP Shows Sterling's Drop to be the Least Successful Ever

By Samuel Tombs

The second estimate of Q1 GDP made for grim reading. Quarter-on-quarter GDP growth was revised down to 0.2%--the joint-slowest rate since Q4 2012--from the preliminary estimate of 0.3%.

Posted: 25th May 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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