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MNI BRIEF: UK Real Household Incomes In 4 Quarter Decline

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UK real household disposable income fell by 0.2% in Q1, the Office for National Statistics said Thursday, as nominal households' gross disposable income grew but was offset by quarterly household inflation.

this is the fourth straight quarter of real negative growth in disposable income, with household quarterly inflation (1.7% on the ONS deflator) the highest since Q1 2011, when it was 2.4%. The household saving ratio remained unchanged at 6.8% in Quarter 1 2022.

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UK real household disposable income fell by 0.2% in Q1, the Office for National Statistics said Thursday, as nominal households' gross disposable income grew but was offset by quarterly household inflation.

this is the fourth straight quarter of real negative growth in disposable income, with household quarterly inflation (1.7% on the ONS deflator) the highest since Q1 2011, when it was 2.4%. The household saving ratio remained unchanged at 6.8% in Quarter 1 2022.

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