Consumer Data

Real Households Disposable Income y/y

Real Household Disposable Income (expressed as percentage change on the same quarter a year ago) is the estimate of the total amount of money from income that households and NPISH have available from wages received, revenue of the selfemployed, social benefits and net income (such as interest on savings and dividends from shares) less taxes on income and wealth. This is a measure of real purchasing power of household and NPISH's incomes, in terms of the physical quantity of goods and services they would be able to purchase.
Office for National Statistics
Quarterly National Accounts

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