The Tell: Two years after Brexit vote, these charts show the U.K. economy losing momentum

Remember the market-shaking Brexit vote?

June 23 marked exactly two years since U.K. voters backed leaving the European Union, with 52% supporting an exit and 48% wanting to remain.

Around the referendum’s two-year anniversary, analysts are assessing the country’s recent economic softness, which comes after real economic activity had remained relatively solid through mid-2017 — to the surprise of many doomsayers.

The analysts are sharing some charts that illustrate how Britain is losing steam.

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“The most striking impact of Brexit has been the lower growth momentum seen in the U.K.

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