Daily Management Review

Britain to release its GDP data on a monthly basis


10/19/2017


Expecting a significant slowdown following its decision to leave the EU, Britain now aims to take quick corrective moves by this step.



On Thursday, Britain’s Office for National Statistics stated from July 2018 onwards, it will release the country’s GDP data every month.
 
“ONS has today announced that, following a consultation, it will go ahead with plans to introduce a new publishing model for its short-term output indicators, including a monthly and rolling 3-monthly estimate for GDP,” said the Office for National Statistics in a statement.
 
The July release will contain the first estimate of Britain’s economic growth covering May 2018.


References:
reuters.com







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