Stubborn price pressures and a recession in the second half mean real disposable incomes are set to continue shrinking through year-end. With the savings rate now barely higher than it was pre-pandemic, we now expect households to pare back spending in H2, leading to a deeper economic downturn than we previously anticipated.
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