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16th Feb 2023 14:43U.K., Daily Monitor

  • More workers than usual retired during the pandemic, capitalising on the jump in their housing wealth.
  • The drop in house prices this year, therefore, should limit the flow from employment to inactivity.
  • January’s retail sales probably won’t be quite as bad as the consensus expects, but Q1 will be weak overall.

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