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U.K. | 1 Oct 2020 Households Likely will Sit On Most of their Excess Savings, for Now
The small upward revision to the level of GDP in Q2 has done little to lift the U .K. economy's recent performance into line with its international peers.

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1 Oct 2020 Households Likely will Sit On Most of their Excess Savings, for Now

By Samuel Tombs

The small upward revision to the level of GDP in Q2 has done little to lift the U .K. economy's recent performance into line with its international peers.

Posted: 30th Sep 2020 in 'U.K.'

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