7 Double-Dip UK Recessions

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A double-dip recession refers to a recession (two quarters of negative growth) followed by a short-lived recovery, followed by another recession.

1. Q2 1957

2. Q2 1958

3. Q4 1962

4.Q4  1974

5.Q2  1976

6. Q2 1992  

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