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U.K. Documents | 7 March 2018 Will Snow Disruption Freeze the MPC in its Tracks?
Last week's heavy snowfall, which blighted the entire country, will depress GDP growth in Q1, making it harder for the MPC to read the economy.

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7 March 2018 Will Snow Disruption Freeze the MPC in its Tracks?

By Samuel Tombs

Last week's heavy snowfall, which blighted the entire country, will depress GDP growth in Q1, making it harder for the MPC to read the economy.

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

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