GB / GDP indicators growing 0.2% in February, with storage


LONDON, 10 April (Reuters) – Britain's top economic factors, released by the beginning of the month: t

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12 March – total British household products increased by 0.2% in February, an expected increase in goods stocks before Brexit but still low in movement, according to data released Wednesday.

Economists were called by Reuters to stand at an average level after an increase of 0.5% a month previously.

Over the three months to the end of February, there was a growth of + 0.3%, over and above the three months to the end of January (revised by + 0.2%).

This led to a growth in the services sector until 0.1% in February from January, staggered by 12th consecutive month in a decline in financial services – something that had not happened in the city.

Production yields improved 0.9% and the department increased by 0.4%.

The National Statistics Office (ONS) said it was unable to quantify the impact of storage measures on GDP. The International Finance Fund said Tuesday would aim to grow by 1.2% of the UK in 2019, as long as it can be halted without EU approval.



10 April – Almost as the bishop left a merchant trade in February and January, the highest year and a half, reviews had been carried out, according to data released Wednesday by the ONS.

The trade deficit of goods came to 14.122 billion (16.37 billion euros) against 14.623 billion in January (13.084 billion in the first estimate).

Economic experts with Reuters forecasts a forecast of a deficit of 12.70 billion, it is the largest amount of 13.70 billion billing.

0.4% exports fell in mass over the three months to the end of February and an inward jump 6.8%.


Certificates published in March (Economic Service)

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