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The main boost to services came from transport, storage and communication, which grew at its fastest pace since the fourth quarter of 2009, rising 2.2 per cent over the period in contrast to 0.6 per cent in the second quarter.'While quarterly growth has fallen slightly, the economy has continued to expand at a rate broadly similar to that seen since 2015 and there is little evidence of a pronounced effect in the immediate aftermath of the vote,' he added.
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The pound today was little-moved by the GDP data, trading at .223 where it started the session.
Meanwhile the stock market quickly gave up some gains made in early morning trading: the FTSE 100 index traded 14 points down at 6,944.2, having been above 7,000 at one point, as investors waved goodbye to the prospect of more stocks-boosting QE.
The economy's resilience, which was down to a strong services sector and consumer spending, means that policymakers at the Bank of England will not cut rates below their current record low of 0.25 per cent nor restart the printing presses - measures which the Bank had hinted would be necessary to prop up a UK economy weakened by the vote to leave the EU.
Martin Beck, senior economic advisor to the EY ITEM Club, said that, 'An upward revision to our forecast for 2017 GDP growth is now on the cards and today’s data may also prove to be the final nail in the coffin of a November rate cut.'But he also warned that 'the economy is not out of the woods yet and is likely to face a particularly challenging period in the early part of next year when higher inflation starts to bite on the consumer'.Positive data on the economy over the summer prompted the Bank to upgrade its growth forecast in September to between 0.2 per cent and 0.3 per cent, but it has hinted that another rate cut was on the cards by the end of the year.