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The Spectator Index
@spectatorindex
GDP growth, 2019 India: 7.3% China: 6.3% Indonesia: 5.2% Pakistan: 2.9% US: 2.3% Brazil: 2.1% Spain: 2.1% Nigeria: 2.1% Netherlands: 1.8% Saudi: 1.8% Russia: 1.6% Canada: 1.5% France: 1.3% UK: 1.2% S Africa: 1.2% Germany: 0.8% Italy: 0.1% Japan: 1% Turkey: -2.5% Iran: -6% (IMF)
09 Apr, 01:13 PM UTC
The Spectator Index
@spectatorindex
GDP growth, 2019 India: 7.3% China: 6.3% Indonesia: 5.2% Pakistan: 2.9% US: 2.3% Brazil: 2.1% Spain: 2.1% Nigeria: 2.1% Netherlands: 1.8% Saudi: 1.8% Russia: 1.6% Canada: 1.5% France: 1.3% UK: 1.2% S Africa: 1.2% Germany: 0.8% Italy: 0.1% Japan: 1% Turkey: -2.5% Iran: -6% (IMF)
10 Apr, 02:00 AM UTC
Andrew Neil
@afneil
UK GDP grew 0.3% in the 3 months to February 2019, unchanged from the 3 months to January 2019. Stats released two days after Sunday Times confidently predicted “no growth at all in February”.
10 Apr, 08:46 AM UTC
George Eccles
@gweccles
Britain will have a two-year recession after #NoDealBrexit, warns IMF. Yesterday a third of Tory MPs voted for this, & nearly another third abstained. The Tory party has become the party of anti-Britain, anti-jobs & f***-business #bbcr4today #politicslive https://t.co/VfjDazFd4g
10 Apr, 05:54 AM UTC
David Vance
@DVATW
Nobody pays any attention to this Project Doom propaganda anymore. The IMF never gets any forecast right. Globalist shills https://t.co/zspg9sB7gz
10 Apr, 06:25 AM UTC
Bob For Full Brexit
@boblister_poole
Britain will have two-year recession after No Deal Brexit, warns IMF Project Fear, No Evidence! https://t.co/T3EHQN1zg9
10 Apr, 06:47 AM UTC
Julian Jessop
@julianHjessop
UK #GDP growth better than expected (again) in Feb at 0.2% m/m (0.3% 3m/3m), #despiteBrexit. Can't dismiss this as just stockpiling either; flipside of precautionary purchases is a surge in imports, which is *negative* for GDP.
10 Apr, 09:27 AM UTC
The New European
@TheNewEuropean
A no-deal Brexit could cut the UK’s predicted GDP by 3.5% by 2021 https://t.co/HeWxjFZOgZ
09 Apr, 08:35 PM UTC
Labour Press Team
@labourpress
"These weak growth figures are a direct result of this Government’s Brexit bungling and long-running economic mismanagement." – @johnmcdonnellMP https://t.co/1tTnz6bX3k
10 Apr, 09:28 AM UTC
Bad Buddy ❁
@badbuddy12
GDP growth, 2019 India: 7.3% China: 6.3% Indonesia: 5.2% Pakistan: 2.9% US: 2.3% Brazil: 2.1% Spain: 2.1% Nigeria: 2.1% Netherlands: 1.8% Saudi: 1.8% Russia: 1.6% Canada: 1.5% France: 1.3% UK: 1.2% S Africa: 1.2% Germany: 0.8% Italy: 0.1% Japan: 1% Turkey: -2.5% Iran: -6% (IMF)
09 Apr, 05:02 PM UTC
Chris Williamson
@WilliamsonChris
Manufacturing boosted UK #GDP in February, in line with signal of stronger factory growth ftrom the #PMI. But the latter highlights how inventory building drove the increase and will likely lead to slower growth in coming months, as indicated by the new orders to inventory ratio Chris Williamson's photo on UK GDP
10 Apr, 08:57 AM UTC
Sunil Rajguru
@sunilrajguru
Population rankings... India: 2. UK: 21. France: 22. Military might... India: 4. UK: 6. France: 5. Country size... India: 7. UK: 78. France: 42. Projected GDP 2020... India: 5 UK: 7. France: 6. So why are UK and France in the Top 5 Permanent UN Security Council and not India?
10 Apr, 09:34 AM UTC
LordBrexit
@Lordbrexit
UK GDP imagine the growth if we just left the EU, its holding us back #Brexit
10 Apr, 11:02 AM UTC
Socialist Voice 🌐
@SocialistVoice
UK GDP report: UK economy stronger than expected in February thanks to Brexit stockpiling Economy expanded by 0.2% in February, which is much better than expected, thanks to a burst in manufacturing output https://t.co/6xeSuZjQSh
10 Apr, 10:48 AM UTC
S.Nicholson
@sunick51
"UK GDP" More positive economic news to contradict remoaners' project fear propaganda. And let's remember that the UK is currently outperforming Germany, France and Italy. Why aren't we fully out of the EU?
10 Apr, 11:03 AM UTC
David G Smith
@DavidGSmith18
"UK GDP" grew 0.3% in the three months to Feb, reports a mortified BBC with the grudging pique one now expects at any good news of the UK economy. So this too is "despite Brexit" in BBC Gruaniadtwat land! In Auntie's adored EU, otoh, growth is notable only by its absence🤣🤣
10 Apr, 10:54 AM UTC
Gideon Goodnews
@giddygoodnews
@border_solution @afneil The thing about gdp figures is that they are provisional and are adjusted at a later date. Just such an adjustment helped the UK avoid a technical recession after Osborne took the reins.
10 Apr, 11:14 AM UTC
Vinson Financials
@VinsonFinancial
UK gilts suffer after February GDP, manufacturing production cheers market investors https://t.co/VifnBmsnPm
10 Apr, 11:14 AM UTC
Adam Reynolds
@awjre
Businesses stockpiling 6 months+ worth of supplies creating a stronger than expected economy now has built in a recession for next year. This is going to get very painful https://t.co/gm9Ds8OXlR
10 Apr, 11:12 AM UTC
Framework Training
@FrameworkTrain
Consider this: the #digital skills gap could cost the UK £141 billion in GDP growth, according to Accenture. #skillsgap https://t.co/f9fh0C5quw #UKbiz #skillsgap #learning #EmployeeExperience How are you addressing these #HR pain points? Framework Training's photo on UK GDP
10 Apr, 11:12 AM UTC
Janice Morphet
@janicemorphet
UK economy 'stronger than expected' in February thanks to Brexit stockpiling - business live https://t.co/a2egXnrQvm
10 Apr, 11:08 AM UTC
🇬🇧 K.J.S 🇺🇸
@BroughtonTowers
Britain will have two-year recession after No Deal Brexit, warns IMF https://t.co/Khr3zE0kvD via https://t.co/ReIflFfONM All speculation with no substance. Part of Project Fear, which we gave up listening to an age ago !
10 Apr, 11:07 AM UTC
平凡な労働者の一人™
@macfreesoftjp
英GDP、2月は前月比+0.2% EU離脱控え在庫積み増し https://t.co/V0g0yHSoeY
10 Apr, 11:07 AM UTC
Gary Short
@garyshort
@nmckay958 @richardadalton @Feorlean @Christia_Allard None of what you said stands up to scrutiny. 80% of the UK GDP comes from the services sector. Oil & Gas is a sector that account for around 31Bn in an economy of over 2.5Tn. rUK will barely notice the loss. As for nothing to offer Scotland, rUK settles our deficit currently 13bn
10 Apr, 11:05 AM UTC
corblimey
@westlondontwit
@thesundaytimes @thetimes Totally wrong GDP prediction @dsmitheconomics @brexitparty_uk @LeaveMnsLeave @BBCNews @LeaveMnsLeave This is why economics is a valuable social science, but terrible at future projections, variables abused by political agendas, and libtard-remain bias. https://t.co/BdEWz9PWIk
10 Apr, 11:04 AM UTC
Guardian US
@GuardianUS
UK economy 'stronger than expected' in February thanks to Brexit stockpiling - business live https://t.co/oLzvGzsO70
10 Apr, 11:04 AM UTC
paulusthewoodgnome
@woodgnomology
Armageddon bonus... UK economy 'stronger than expected' in February thanks to Brexit stockpiling #politicslive #pmqs https://t.co/XOKgz3QYvK
10 Apr, 11:02 AM UTC

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