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Does anyone have data on the total amount of UK saving deposits on a month by month basis.

I am interested to track the effect of QE and low rates on saving accounts. Our belief is a lot of cash is being ploughed into property causing this period of relative stability, I would be interested if we can see evidence to support this.

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There was a figure of £300 billion total deposits in high street being bandied about at the high of the financial crisis earlier this year.

I'm not aware of any month by month statistical release.

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Actually just found this in the BOE's statistics section


month by month just as you asked for, stops at september 2007 though strangely, at £740 billion :ph34r:

My conspiracy theory here would be that they don't want anyone making a story out of people withdrawing all their cash out of the banks, so they simply decided to truncate the data at September 2007, genius!

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If even a small percentage of those savings were to be converted to gold, the gold market wouldn't be able to absorb it at current prices, that really says something.

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