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U.K. | 28 June 2019 Consumers' Confidence Still Points to Steady Growth in Spending
The latest E.C. survey shows the gap between firms' and households' confidence levels has remained substantial.

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28 June 2019 Consumers' Confidence Still Points to Steady Growth in Spending

By Samuel Tombs

The latest E.C. survey shows the gap between firms' and households' confidence levels has remained substantial.

Posted: 27th Jun 2019 in 'U.K.'

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