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Forecasts are cautiously being made that the U.K. economy is set to improve rapidly in the second half of 2021.

Figures released on Monday by Deloitte also suggest that the UK could be on track for a faster economic bounceback than previously thought.
Consumer confidence increased at the fastest rate in a decade in the first three months of 2021, according to its survey of 3,000 adults between 19 and 22 March.
Confidence rose by six percentage points to -11%, the Deloitte consumer tracker found.
"Going to a shop" topped the list of leisure activities people are most likely to do after lockdown, with 6 in 10 saying they plan to return within a month of restrictions lifting.
Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said: "The UK is primed for a sharp snap back in consumer activity.
"High levels of saving, the successful vaccination rollout and the easing of the lockdown set the stage for a surge in spending over the coming months."

Something positive for a change 馃嚞馃嚙
Excellent forecast

... they steered clear of mentioning the benefits of BREXIT ... which has resulted in Britain likely being the SOLE ECONOMIC POWERHOUSE in Europe, for the next 8 months

BREXIT and the EUROZONE confusion will power the UK to a financial pinnacle they never dreamed.

Boris was right
Stereoguy56-60, M
I think it's that way everywhere. 馃檪
TheConstantGardener56-60, M
All good. Fingers crossed for a full recovery but the new variants are the potential spoke in the wheel.
Katabasis41-45, M
It would be good to see after a long gloomy year.
Good times ahead 馃檪
Picklebobble256-60, M
Hardly enlightening.
A country stuck in stop/start mode since this time last year.

So anything different is going to be seen as positive

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