Retail recovery in jeopardy as consumer confidence remains low

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A new poll reveals that consumer confidence and spending intentions remain low due to the coronavirus crisis, which could put pay to any hopes of a quick recovery by retail.

The survey found 24% of UK adults expected to spend less than usual over the next month compared with 11% who say they will spend more, according to the latest consumer coronavirus tracker survey by the BRC and Opinium. 

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