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U.K. | 31 May 2018 Recovering Consumer Confidence Won't Lift Spending, Much
The widespread view, which we share, that GDP will rebound in Q2 following the disruption caused by bad weather in Q1, was supported yesterday by the E.C.'s Economic Sentiment survey.

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31 May 2018 Recovering Consumer Confidence Won't Lift Spending, Much

By Samuel Tombs

The widespread view, which we share, that GDP will rebound in Q2 following the disruption caused by bad weather in Q1, was supported yesterday by the E.C.'s Economic Sentiment survey.

Posted: 30th May 2018 in 'U.K.'

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