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U.K. | 29 July 2020 Disposable Incomes are Heading for their Biggest Annual Post-War Drop
The 2008-to-09 recession was a mild experience for most households which remained employed and benefited from a huge decline in mortgage rates.

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29 July 2020 Disposable Incomes are Heading for their Biggest Annual Post-War Drop

By Tombs Samuel

The 2008-to-09 recession was a mild experience for most households which remained employed and benefited from a huge decline in mortgage rates.

Posted: 28th Jul 2020 in 'U.K.'

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