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  • September spending growth dropped to under £10 per week – the first time since October 2014
  • Families across the UK had £201 of discretionary income per week in September – a rise of 4.7% compared to 2015
  • Wage growth remained flat as pace of inflation continued to rise
  • Discretionary income in Scotland reached £204 per week, overtaking the UK average

The latest figures from Asda’s Income Tracker reveal that annual spending growth dropped to under £10 for the first time in almost two years during September.

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Posted in Press Centre on 28 October 2016