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UK Insights

Economy

Youth of Europe: marginalised and ill-prepared for the future

Young people in Europe feel excluded from economic and social life

Depressed girl with head in hands
Brits more likely to spend without thinking

Comparing global spending and saving habits

British money
One in three Brits finding it harder than a year ago

Majority think economy will stay the same, not improve, in the next year

Kantar TNS UK Public Opinion Monitor 2014 Dec
Women suffer most as the economy grows

Women disproportionately affected by economic growth without wage inflation

Household bills
Six faces of the global consumer

Is global growth a challenge or an opportunity for the UK?

Pile of British money
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