Oct. 24 - As markets await Q3 GDP data for the UK, Reuters Asks how will the number impact on trading sentiment
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It's going to be increasingly difficult for studying to gain on the back. All of that takes up an increasingly difficult for -- -- isn't surprised positively say nothing NASA who will start to weigh in. That's why I think new to us not to switch our attention away from. From cable -- the study crosses where I think the steady stream hasn't been fully reflected -- yet. November and we've got equal to inflation report touting the GDP number that is expected to be strong point 8% were expecting. To strengthen them on that could well see -- you -- report. Interest rate hike expectations -- for nothing that's going to be key thing to watch looking at it from a slightly different angle and I'm actually quite interested in this. Huge rush of companies to list in London. I mean you're probably looking at a ten year high. That tells me that the crises in love with a very very full otherwise people wouldn't be selling. That they think that they -- at least. Companies is an act to philanthropy generally speaking. I wonder if -- that they said I'm skepticism because the GDP numbers have to be revised so. Much in tap on. -- certainly that the PMI's in the employment data have have been out encouraging I think that's why. Markets -- sort of maintain that Adam -- since levels. But it yes and it will be important but perhaps just -- of course having too much into it. It needs to being offending material upside surprise to have any any real impact on stunning. A stronger number would be stunning positive but the -- account for God's got around about momentum Q4. And the fact that the market has already taken on board. Rock history teacher.
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