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U.S. Documents | 27 November 2017 Economic Growth Set to Rise Next Year, but Pain Will Follow in 2019
We have argued for some time that the revival in nonoil capex represents clear upside risk for GDP growth next year, but it's now time to make this our base case.

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27 November 2017 Economic Growth Set to Rise Next Year, but Pain Will Follow in 2019

By Ian Shepherdson

We have argued for some time that the revival in nonoil capex represents clear upside risk for GDP growth next year, but it's now time to make this our base case.

Posted: 26th Nov 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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