UK economy avoids recession with 0.3% Q3 growth

UK economy avoids recession with 0.3% Q3 growth

The Office for National Statistics said Monday that the British economy grew by a quarterly rate of 0.3%. With this, the UK economy avoided falling into recession. Following the 0.2% contraction in the second quarter, there had been fears that the British economy would fall into recession (defined as two consecutive quarters of negative growth).

KCooper
KCooper
Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 3 months

It makes me laugh. The Remainers caused all the uncertainty. The establishment elite shot themselves in their pocket books and unfortunately the rest of the country has to suffer as well.

I have no idea
I have no idea 3 months

If they had separated already then they would be fine by now. almost 4 yrs they could probably recovered from the split already.

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