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Household spending across Japan rose at the fastest pace seen since 18 months during March, on the back of a strong rebound in consumer Full Article

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Consumer sentiment across France remained unchanged through April even though the government reimposed lockdowns to combat the third wave of Full Article

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The month-long events plus the five-day Labour day holiday play an integral part in improving the recovery of domestic consumption as Full Article

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Household spending across Japan posted a decline for the third consecutive month during February, on account of fresh restrictions imposed Full Article

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Chief economist at the Bank of England, Andy Haldane, has expressed confidence about quick economic recovery across Britain in the near Full Article

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Japan's latest attempt to give its flailing economy a boost consists of increasing the minimum wage to spur household spending, which has Full Article

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A recent survey conducted by Barclaycard reveals that shopping habits among British consumers could change permanently, causing them to Full Article

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The Bank of Japan is likely to revise economic forecasts for the world's third largest economy lower in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus Full Article

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UK GDP has made a strong bounce in Q3, after the crash in Q2 Full Article

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Household spending across Japan posted an encouraging recovery during the month of October, rising for the first time in more than a year. Full Article

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Household spending across Japan experienced the fourth largest decline ever recorded during the month of September even as real wages Full Article

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Latest surveys indicate a sharp increase in spending among British consumers as households stockpiled essentials and began their Christmas Full Article

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Japanese households and companies have increased their holdings of cash in the wake of the rising uncertainty due to the coronavirus Full Article

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The Japanese economy contracted more severely than previously anticipated during the second quarter of this year because of the coronavirus Full Article

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In a bid to spur consumption, the government had introduced a scheme to offer discounts for eating out at restaurants. Full Article

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