International experts forecast the development of the British economy after the withdrawal from the European Union. Almost three-quarters of economists consulted in a Bloomberg survey said they think the country is headed for its first recession since 2009. The Central Bank will have to soften its monetary policy, despite the falling pound, analysts say. GDP growth in the first quarter has slowed by 0.2% to 0.4%. Fitch estimates that investment in Britain will reduce by 5% in the future and by 15% in 2018, while the annual growth of GDP will not exceed 1%. Just a month ago, the economic outlook was two times better.
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