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Uk Cbi: Retail Employment Fell At Sharpest Rate 22 Yrs

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Im sure they will also be cautious about splashing out on property which is overpriced by 40%.

With rapidly rising household bills for energy, water and council tax, it's no wonder that consumers remain cautious about spending money expect on basics such as food," said John Longworth, an executive director of supermarkets chain Asda and chairman of the CBI's survey

UK CBI says retail employment fell at sharpest rate in survey's 22 yrs in Feb

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Im sure they will also be cautious about splashing out on property which is overpriced by 40%.

UK CBI says retail employment fell at sharpest rate in survey's 22 yrs in Feb

It's funny they always produce these bearish figures just before the MPC meet accompanied with calls for a drop in rates.

They've shot themselves in the foot with this comment.

With rapidly rising household bills for energy, water and council tax, it's no wonder that consumers remain cautious about spending money expect on basics such as food," said John Longworth, an executive director of supermarkets chain Asda and chairman of the CBI's survey

are they now advocating a rate rise? :lol::lol::lol:

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Bear in mind we're approaching the 'economy is worst for years - rate cut please!!!!' time of the month.

Expect more bleating......ZZZZzzzzzzz

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Bear in mind we're approaching the 'economy is worst for years - rate cut please!!!!' time of the month.

Expect more bleating......ZZZZzzzzzzz

except that they can't complain about inflation and ask for a rate cut at the same time, shirley.

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