Households’ confidence about buying major items is rising – not that previously self-reported wariness has been much of a constraint in practice, retail sales data shows. This likely reflects a substitution towards nice things in place of overseas holidays, plus the housing boom. Younger people have generally taken longer to be convinced that now is a good time to spend, but everyone’s broadly now on the same page.
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