For the UK, the OECD's predictions are a 0.03% contraction this quarter, and a further 0.15% next.
Wow, 0.03%. They can measure a massive economy like ours to that level of accuracy? That's impressive.
It's like believing that we can predict global temperatures to fractions of a degree.
Sometimes I think we should just take Excel away from people who really don't have any common sense skills when it comes to numeracy...