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U.K. | 29 January 2018 Strong Q4 GDP Requires us to Tweak, not Overhaul, Our Rate Call
The preliminary estimate of Q4 GDP was unambiguously strong and has forced us to modify our view of the likely timing of the next interest rate increase.

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29 January 2018 Strong Q4 GDP Requires us to Tweak, not Overhaul, Our Rate Call

By Samuel Tombs

The preliminary estimate of Q4 GDP was unambiguously strong and has forced us to modify our view of the likely timing of the next interest rate increase.

Posted: 28th Jan 2018 in 'U.K.'

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