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29th Jul 2021 18:00U.K., Economic Monitor

The slowdown in consumer credit gross lending in June suggests monthly GDP growth slowed.
Households remained cautious; last month liquid assets increased at a faster rate than pre-Covid.
Businesses increased their net external finance for the first time since February; a positive sign for capex.

April Bank of England cash consumer consumer credit covid-19 cpi cpi inflation credit credit data debt deposits finance financial conditions gdp gdp growth growth households inflation interest rate interest rates June loans ltv majority money and credit data mortgage mortgages new mortgages q1 real disposable incomes refinancing savings survey tax

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