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30th Sep 2022 15:15U.K., Weekly Monitor

  • The economy’s performance since Covid now looks even worse, after revisions to the national accounts.
  • Business investment rebounded in Q2, but the recent rise in borrowing costs points to a sharp fall next year.
  • Households’ real disposable incomes looks set to fall by a further 1% in 2023, dragging spending down.

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