UK economy grew by 0.6 per cent in final quarter of 2016

UK economy grew by 0.6 per cent in final quarter of 2016; Philip Hammond MP (Chancellor of the Exchequer) interview SOT - The economy is very resiliant, and I'm very pleased about that, and that is due to the actions that have been taken since the Brexit vote in June to support the economy with monetary stimulus provided by the Bank of England, and then a modest fiscal stimulus and a reconfirmation of our plans to bring the public finances back into balance. - Well I'm prepared to admit that the response that we've delivered to the referendum result has been successful, you know, predictions that were made before the referendum usually, in most cases assumed no government intervention, no action in response. What we had was a significant response by the Bank of England early on, and further response by the government at Autumn Statement


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