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UK economy grows in fresh GDP bounce back piling pressure on the Bank of England

GDP increased by 0.2 percent in April after a 0.3 percent fall in March, the Office for National Statistics has said.

BUSINESS LIVE: UK GDP contracts; THG terminates Apollo takeover talks

BUSINESS CLOSE: Royal Mail boss to step down; UK GDP contracts 0.3%...

GDP Report: US Economy Grew at 1.1% Rate in Q1

Higher rates of interest took a toll on the U.S. economy in early 2023, but free-spending consumers are keeping a recession at bay, no...

BUSINESS LIVE: GDP growth flatlines; Tesco profits dip

BUSINESS LIVE: GDP growth flatlines; Tesco profits dip on soaring costs; PZ...

UK defies warnings again to avoid recession as GDP figures show growth flatlining

The UK economy showed no growth within the month of February.

Recession ‘still likely’ despite UK economy rebounding with GDP growth | Personal Finance | Finance

The country’s economy expanded by 0.3 percent in January, in accordance with the Office for National Statistics (ONS). It is a significant rebound from...

BUSINESS LIVE: GDP bounces 0.3%; Berkeley bolstered by London demand

BUSINESS LIVE: FTSE tumbles 2%; UK growth bounces 0.3% in January; Berkeley...

GDP jumps 0.5% in big upset from doom forecasts but Hunt sounds latest warning

While GDP figures published this morning show that the economy grew by 0.5 percent in October, the economy contracted by 0.3 percent across the...

U.K. lags OECD average with pandemic GDP recovery

LONDON — U.K. growth has lagged the world's biggest economies for the reason that Covid-19 pandemic and is substantially below the OECD average, in...

China’s GDP Data Delay Points to Murky Economic Picture

For the past quarter-century, China was run by a well-oiled government bureaucracy that predictably focused on the economy as its top priority.That will now...

UK GDP rebounds barely in July as UK ‘bathed in warm glow’—yet recession fears remain

THE UK's economic output grew by 0.2 percent in July, in a reversal of the decline in June, yet the economic outlook stays gloomy...

China tourist destination set a GDP goal, but Covid locked it down

Sanya, on the southern coast of Hainan, was the highest destination for couples flying from three of China's largest cities last week for China's...

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