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April 02, 2017

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TrumpisaJew

Real GDP grew because of inventory growth(which had been lagging final demand for quarters). There is nothing to see there.

Steven Clarke

"This strengthens my view that calls for Brexit weren’t really based upon economics at all."

I suspect for many Leavers, it isn't all about economics.

I say this as someone who wishes public opinion was more swayed by economics, but perhaps you're suffering from "la déformation professionnelle" here, Chris.

Alex

You might even think Brexit was a populist movement in the original, US prairie fire sense, howling for free silver?

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