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U.K. | 1 June 2018 Money Data Cast Doubt on Q2 Recovery in Consumers' Spending
A rebound in quarter-on-quarter growth in households' spending in Q2, following the slowdown to just 0.2% in Q1, looks less likely following April's money data.

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1 June 2018 Money Data Cast Doubt on Q2 Recovery in Consumers' Spending

By Samuel Tombs

A rebound in quarter-on-quarter growth in households' spending in Q2, following the slowdown to just 0.2% in Q1, looks less likely following April's money data.

Posted: 31st May 2018 in 'U.K.'

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