Consumer Lending in the United Kingdom
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The decision of UK citizens to leave the European Union shocked the world and the global economy. However, the consequences of the country abandoning the Union remain unclear. The UK economy recorded a negative performance after the Brexit vote in June 2016 until August 2016, mainly due to the low consumer confidence that prevented consumer spending and lending. Nevertheless, growth returned in September 2016 and it is likely that the country will avoid recession in the short term.
Euromonitor International's Consumer Lending in United Kingdom report establishes the size and structure of the market for ATMs cards, smart cards, credit cards, debit cards, charge cards, pre-paid cards and store cards. It looks at key players in the market (issuers and operators), number of cards in circulation, numbers transactions and value of transactions. It offers strategic analysis of sector forecasts and trends to watch.
Product coverage: Consumer Credit, Mortgages/Housing.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
Brexit's Impact on Consumer Lending Still Unclear
Mortgages Are Impacted Strongly by the Brexit Vote
Saving Ratio Hits Lowest Percentage
Car Lending Continues To Register A Positive Performance
Rise in University Fees Set To Increase Student Loans
Consumer Spending Continues To Rise Amid Concerns After Brexit Vote
Low Interest Rates and Record-low Saving Ratio Affect Consumer Lending
Car Purchases Continue To Register Good Performance But Growth Slows Down After Brexit