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U.K. | 8 Apr 2020 February GDP Data to Show Little Pre-Virus Momentum
February's GDP report, released on Thursday, likely will show that the economy continued to struggle for momentum, despite the fillip to sentiment stemming from the general election.

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8 Apr 2020 February GDP Data to Show Little Pre-Virus Momentum

By Samuel Tombs

February's GDP report, released on Thursday, likely will show that the economy continued to struggle for momentum, despite the fillip to sentiment stemming from the general election.

Posted: 8th Apr 2020 in 'U.K.'

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