U.K. Domestic Demand Lifts Economy as Trade Has Record DragBy
Consumer spending rises 0.8%, 17th consecutive increase
Data show net trade subtracted 1.5 percentage points from GDP
Domestic demand continued to drive U.K. economic growth in the three months through September, with consumer spending rising for a 17th straight quarter.
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