Citigroup forecast raises spectre of UK double dip

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Citigroup and Scotia Capital have predicted a 0.2% contraction in GDP growth for the second quarter, renewing fears of a double-dip recession in the UK.

The banking groups said growth has stuttered following poor sentiment in the manufacturing and construction sectors, reports the Sunday Times. Both the forecasts came after figures at the end of last...

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