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UKUK November IP, Services, Monthly GDP

UK economy continued to slow in November.  According to the monthly GDP estimate the economy shrank by -0.3% m/m.  Although the smoothed 3/3m rate still showed a +0.1% rise, this was the slowest pace since fears of a hard Brexit dominated thinking back in the summer and on a y/y basis the +0.6% recorded was the weakest since back in the days of the Eurozone debt crisis (June 2012 to be exact).

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