1.8% Economic Growth Regained by the UK as the COVID-19 Measures are Relaxed

The Economic condition of the United Kindom started growing gradually after the relaxation of the lockdown measures.

Official Statements clearly reveals that on Tuesday the GDP of the country expanded by 1.8% in the month of May. Reuters’ economists had expected a 5.5 percent monthly turnaround.

“However, it has not yet been recover from the major loss that occurred in March and April 2020, and decreased by 24.5% compared to February 2020 before full coronaviral effect.” said by the Office for National Statistics.

In April, the country’s most acutely recorded following a 20.4 percent monthly contraction during its widespread measures on coronaviruses, which have damaged economic activity.

GDP contracted by 19.1% over the three months until the end of May. During the 2008 recession, GDP in one quarter decreased by only 2.1 percent, the ONS Mentioned.

Jonathan Athow, Deputy National Statistician for Economic Statistics, said: “Manufacturing Unit and housing have shown signs of improvement as some companies have seen workers return to work.

He also mentioned that Retail Sectors have started seeing Record Sales in May, still many Economic Sectors are shut down due to the current lockout measures.

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