An increasingly bitter dispute among economists is raging over the accuracy of the preliminary official figures showing a 0.4 per cent economic contraction in the third quarter. But a spirited defence of the official figures from Danny Gabay of Fathom Consulting is seriously flawed writes Chris Giles of the Financial Times. The logic of his view is that the benefit of hindsight is strictly time-limited.
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