There’s Lopsided and Then There’s the U.K. Economy: Chart

U.K. Economy Defies Brexit in 0.6% 4Q GDP Gain

The U.K. economy probably grew 0.5 percent in the last three months of 2016, keeping up its solid performance since the Brexit vote in June. While there’s disagreement over the extent of an expected slowdown this year, what’s not in question is the lopsided nature of the expansion. In the third quarter, services did all the lifting as agriculture, construction and industrial production fell, exerting a drag on GDP.

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