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The latest Asda Income Tracker shows that family spending power was flat in December 2012 – the first time since May that disposable income has failed to rise.

According to the latest figures, released today (January 25th 2013), the average UK family had £144 of weekly disposable income available to them in December 2012 – unchanged from last year but £10 lower than in December 2010.

The latest halt in growth follows six months of increases, suggesting that budgets are once again under pressure as we enter the new year.

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Posted in Press Centre on 25 January 2013