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|... straight after the Brexit vote on 23 June has, so far, not materialised. On the contrary, the economy even strengthened. UK GDP expanded by 2.0% in the year to the December quarter, equal to the September quarter and stronger than June's 1.7% and March's ...|
|... Office for National Statistics (ONS) show the UK economy remains resilient to the lingering uncertainty that is Brexit. UK GDP expanded by 0.6% in the fourth quarter of 2016, the same rate as it has in the September and June quarters. This is stronger ...|
|... month. The so called core-core inflation rate - excluding fresh food and energy - improved to 0.2% from 0% in September. UK GDP The second estimate of UK GDP showed the economy expanded by 2.3% in the year to the third quarter - unchanged from the preliminary ...|
|... year-on-year rate also accelerated to 2.4% last month - also the fastest since April - from a 0.2% contraction in August. UK GDP Results for the first full quarter since the Brexit vote last June indicate the UK economy's continued resilience to the ...|
|... and reduced business investment. That would lead to price discounting and lower wages and even lower expected inflation. UK GDP The second estimate of UK GDP showed the economy expanded by 2.2% in the year to the second quarter - unchanged from the advanced ...|
|... month including May. No doubt this is mainly due to the yen's strength which had soared even higher following Brexit. UK GDP With the Brexit uncertainty casting a pall over the UK economy, Britons could do with some good news. The final estimate UK GDP ...|
|... 2012 rebounded in September 2012 and before shrinking anew in December of 2012 - to now, the fastest growing G7 country. UK GDP grew by 3.1% in the year to the March quarter this year - nearly double the 1.7% rate King handed over to Carney in the June ...|
|... turn, has allowed the economy of the United Kingdom to make great strides. Financial markets now expect third quarter UK GDP growth to accelerate to 0.8% from 0.7% in the previous three months. The rising momentum in economic activity has prompted the ...|
|... fell by 0.44 per cent to 3,411.53. In London, Gekko Global Markets trader Anita Paluch said: "Very strong growth in the UK GDP, not seen in five years, has confirmed the double dip recession is over. Elsewhere in European trading, Madrid's IBEX 35 stock ...|
|... witnesses to since GFC days, this is a never say never market, one that's filled with surprises. Those who've seen the latest UK GDP numbers - down by 0.7% in the June quarter (after minus 0.3% in the first quarter and 0.4% in December) - not only expect ...|
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The Queensland-headquartered asset manager has appointed a general manager for capital solutions, and an investment director in its state investments team.
New York based ARP Investments has entered the Australian market through a partnership with Axius Partners.
A fourth person has been sentenced to four years imprisonment for their role in a syndicate that allegedly defrauded the Commonwealth of over $105 million.
The International Monetary Fund has predicted global public debt will rise to its highest levels in history as a result of the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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