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17th Feb 2023 14:27U.K., Weekly Monitor

  • January retail sales volumes were 0.5% below their Q4 average, despite rising by 0.5% month-to-month.
  • Real disposable incomes will fall further in Q1, even though the pace of goods price rises is slowing...
  • ...The withdrawal of energy price subsidies will outweigh the support from April's uprating of benefits.

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