The final figure of UK Q1 GDP confirmed that the British economy grew by 0.5% Q/Q in the first three months of the year, which was in line with expectations. The details show some revision in gross fixed capital formation (upwardly revised from - 4.4% Q/Q to -2.0% Q/Q), general government (downward revision from 1.0% Q/Q to 0.5% Q/Q) and change in inventories (downwardly revised from L1.374 million to L567 million). Exports were downwardly revised form 3.7% Q/Q to 2.4% Q/Q. The figures are still from the first quarter and are now really outdated with the second quarter almost fully passed. Markets are now more looking forward to indications about second quarter growth.