Article preview: Brexit uncertainty rumbles on, with political commentators now engaged in a debate over the possibility of a prorogued parliament to ensure a no-deal. With an uncertain political future comes uncertainty around the economy and our personal finances too. New research has found that 30% of UK adults have made changes to their spending habits due to this uncertainty. The research, carried out by KPMG UK, found that 22% of adults have held off making big-ticket purchases. Nearly one in ten have missed out on an overseas holiday due to Brexit uncertainty, and 6% have put off investing in stocks and shares.
Spending on hold due to Brexit uncertainty
This 528-word blog post considers new research from KPMG UK which found that 30% of UK adults have made changes to their spending habits due to this uncertainty. Written on 18th August 2019.
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