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British GDP tacks on
For the last three months, the rate of economic surge in the United Kingdom headed north, as activity resumed in January after a dismal end of 2018.
Britain’s GDP rallied by approximately 0.5% for the three months to January. That’s what the Office for National Statistics uncovered on Tuesday. It’s a minor uptick from the 0.4% rally observed for the three months to December. What’s more, it’s above experts’ estimates for a 0.2% leap.
For the latest three months, surge was still poor, with dives in manufacture of metal products, vehicles as well as construction repair work all impacting economic surge.
This sluggish surge came notwithstanding the British economy rebounding from a dismal December.
In January, manufacturing output surged by 0.8%, while industrial production tacked on by about 0.6%.
With just over two weeks until Great Britain is set to depart from the European bloc, UK Prime Minister Theresa May is still struggling to get the country’s legislative body to approve her withdrawal deal. Britain’s parliament is anticipated to vote on the measure a bit later in day.
In negotiations with EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker Monday, UK Prime Minister had secured several changes as well as additions to the withdrawal pact, in a hope to convince dissenting UK lawmakers that it won’t leave Britain permanently trapped in a customs union with the European Union with no influence over its rules.
However, that’s not clear yet whether the updates are going to be enough to get the agreement through the country’s parliament. By the way, the original version was rejected by a margin of 230 votes and the vast majority of dissenting lawmakers have yet to tell they’ll underpin the new version.
The European Central Bank will make its policy statement on July 22 at 14:45 MT (GMT+3).
Moderna rocketed after an announcement that it is going to join the S&P 500 index. The New Zealand dollar surged after the nation’s inflation surpassed the central bank’s target level.
This week Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Pfizer, and other large US companies will deliver earnings reports…
The overall market sentiment is risk-on. The S&P 500 index (US 500) is getting close to the all-time high. Oil is recovering quickly from its recent losses.
What will happen? The FOMC statement will be published at 21:00 MT (GMT+3) on Wednesday, July 28…