The UK savings ratio fell to 3.3% in the last quarter of 2016 - its
lowest level since 1963, when records began - down from 5.3% in the
previous quarter. With inflation eroding the value of wage
increases, savings levels are likely to continue to fall, with increases
in debt levels also helping to boost household spending, post-Brexit.
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