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21st Jun 2022 18:30U.K., Daily Monitor

Estimates of the distribution of savings can be derived by reconciling data from a few ONS surveys.

Our calculations suggest households in the top 10% of the income distribution hold 25% of the excess savings.

The current wave of rail strikes do not meaningfully increase the risk of a recession this year.

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