The UK economy developed by 0.6% in the three months to September, with warm climate boosting customer spending, the Office for National Statistics said.
The figure for the second from last quarter is in accordance with predictions from the Bank of England and different forecasters.
Be that as it may, light development in July was counterbalanced by a slowdown in August and September.
It is the most astounding quarterly development figure since the final quarter of 2016 when the economy became 0.7%.
Experts cautioned the economy had “little underlying momentum” and development would decrease in the last three months.
The ONS likewise issued a different month to month figure for September, which, similar to the earlier month, indicated zero development.
Administrations, which make up seventy-five percent of the economy, just developed by 0.3% in the three months to September.
After an ease back begins to the year, development movement developed by 2.1% in the quarter. Assembling additionally grabbed following a moderate second quarter, on account of the solid car producing numbers for the quarter.
Family spending developed by 0.5% in the quarter, however business speculation shrank by 1.2%, proposing vulnerability among organizations over the impacts of Brexit.
Business speculation had been relied upon to ascend by 0.2%, as indicated by gauges. It has now contracted for seventy-five percent in succession.