The 0.2% m/m rise in real GDP in April, following March’s 0.3% m/m contraction will further raise hopes that the economy will escape a recession this year. But the rise in GDP is not as good as it seems. And with the full drag from high interest rates yet to be felt, it is too soon to sound the all clear.
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