Today is an extremely important day in the UK. The Office for National Statistics just unveiled the official growth figures for the third quarter, and they make for great reading, with preliminary gross domestic product (GDP) figures surpassing expectations. This is the first indication of how the UK economy is performing in the aftermath of the Brexit vote, and going by this data, the British economy is doing quite well. The day has started on a pleasant note in the Eurozone too, as the Spanish unemployment rate dropped to its lowest level since 2009 during the third quarter of this year. Across the Atlantic, the US data docket will witness the release of durable goods orders, pending home sales and the weekly jobless claims data, all due later in the day.
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