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U.K. Documents | 19 Feb. 2016 Even Spendthrift U.K. Consumers Will Have to Slow Down in 2016
January's retail sales figures, released today, look set to indicate that consumers are keeping the recovery going, amid deteriorating business sentiment and faltering external trade.

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19 Feb. 2016 Even Spendthrift U.K. Consumers Will Have to Slow Down in 2016

By Samuel Tombs

January's retail sales figures, released today, look set to indicate that consumers are keeping the recovery going, amid deteriorating business sentiment and faltering external trade.

Posted: 19th Feb 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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