Article taken from: www.theguardian.com
Prospects for GDP growth look positive after flat figures for the end of last year. The economy performed badly – but not quite as badly as some had feared. […] The figures for GDP per head of population showed an even weaker picture, a 0.1% decline in the fourth quarter and a modest 0.8% increase for the year. That is now considered history by the financial markets, where analysts think the final three months of 2019 represent the economy’s low point. […] Growth will rebound in the first quarter and looks likely to be faster in 2020 than in 2019.
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