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The U.K. recession probably will end in the second half of this year, according to strategists in Edinburgh at fund managers overseeing 237 billion pounds ($378 billion). Then growth may stall again over the next two years.

The shape of the global economic recovery might be a “W,” a “U,” an “L” or a “square root,” though definitely not a “classic V,” as job losses escalate and governments and consumers struggle with debt, the strategists said.

“It’s a square-root recovery, where you see the sharp upward move and then it goes sideways,” said Andrew Milligan, head of strategy at Standard Life Investments, which manages 118 billion pounds. “Expect volatile economic data, expect volatile corporate reports, expect volatile consumer spending.”