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U.K. | 10 Mar 2020 Virus-related Collapse in Services Spending to Trigger Q2 GDP Drop
We're now starting to see clear signs in unofficial data that households are slashing their expenditure on discretionary services, in order to minimise their chances of catching the coronavirus.

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10 Mar 2020 Virus-related Collapse in Services Spending to Trigger Q2 GDP Drop

By Samuel Tombs

We're now starting to see clear signs in unofficial data that households are slashing their expenditure on discretionary services, in order to minimise their chances of catching the coronavirus.

Posted: 9th Mar 2020 in 'U.K.'

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