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7 June. Are Falling Car Sales Signalling a Wider Consumer Malaise?

By Samuel Tombs

Consumer spending has been the main locomotive of the economic recovery over the last couple of quarters, as investment and net trade have dragged on growth. Signs are emerging, however, that consumption is slowing too.

Posted: 7th Jun 2016 in 'UK Documents'

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