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4 September 2017 Will the Economy be Hit by a Snap Back in Households' Saving Ratio?

By Samuel Tombs

Households' decision to reduce their saving rate sharply was the main reason why economic growth exceeded forecasters' expectations in the aftermath of the Brexit vote.

Posted: 3rd Sep 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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