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Economic growth may have been weaker than thought

This week’s upward revision to first-quarter GDP growth, to 1.3% annualised from 1.1%, suggests the economy had marginally more momentum than previously thought. But, in stark contrast, the first release of real gross domestic income (GDI) shockingly revealed that the economy may instead have been in recession.

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