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U.K. | 31 May 2019 The Economy Won't Be Knocked Off Course by Rising Household Saving
Households' willingness to save a smaller fraction of their incomes goes a long way to explaining why the U.K. economy hasn't lost too much momentum since the Brexit vote.

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31 May 2019 The Economy Won't Be Knocked Off Course by Rising Household Saving

By Samuel Tombs

Households' willingness to save a smaller fraction of their incomes goes a long way to explaining why the U.K. economy hasn't lost too much momentum since the Brexit vote.

Posted: 30th May 2019 in 'U.K.'

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