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27 October. 2016 GDP Set to Exceed the Consensus in Q3, But Underwhelm Thereafter

By Samuel Tombs

Today's preliminary estimate of Q3 GDP looks set to indicate that the Brexit vote has had little detrimental impact on the economy so far.

Posted: 26th Oct 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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