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U.K. Documents | 7 February 2018 The Economic Fallout from the Plunge in Equities will be Modest
As things stand, we see little reason to revise down our forecasts for the U.K. economy in response to the tailspin in equity markets

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7 February 2018 The Economic Fallout from the Plunge in Equities will be Modest

By Samuel Tombs

As things stand, we see little reason to revise down our forecasts for the U.K. economy in response to the tailspin in equity markets

Posted: 6th Feb 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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