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U.K. Documents | 31 January 2018 Growth in Households' Spending ending
December's money and credit figures suggest that households are in no fit state to step up and drive the economy forwards this year.

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31 January 2018 Growth in Households' Spending ending

By Samuel Tombs

December's money and credit figures suggest that households are in no fit state to step up and drive the economy forwards this year.

Posted: 30th Jan 2018 in 'U.K. Documents'

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