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UK Economics Focus

30 January, 2019

Households able to spend, but not yet willing

A strong labour market, rising real wages and more supportive fiscal policy should mean that households will be in a pretty good position over the next two years, even if interest rates rise. And once (if) a Brexit deal is agreed, consumers may regain the confidence to ramp up spending in 2020.

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