Cost.co.uk Responds to Housing and Retail Figures Increasing Economy

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The increase in housing and retail has led the economic market in the UK to avoid a triple dip recession.

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House prices increasing and consumers spending money on the high-street is always a good sign.

According to The Guardian, improved data suggests that Britain avoided a triple dip recession in the first quarter of 2013 due to retail and house sales. House prices were at their highest in three years and retail figures displayed lots of signs of improvement showing that consumers were purchasing goods despite the cold weather.

This is good news for Great Britain as months of a recession seem to be coming to an end and the hardship encountered by consumers who struggled in the recession. Cost.co.uk has been dedicated to providing the latest news, deals and offers throughout the UK on a range of sectors including money, insurance, utilities and travel. The site allows users to compare various deals at the same time allowing them to compare and save money. Signs of an improvement in the UK economy provide hope for consumers and businesses as a representative from the site explained, ‘House prices increasing and consumers spending money on the high-street is always a good sign for the economy and hopefully as we approach spring and the weather improves more people will be willing to spend even more boosting the economic situation and in the long run moving the country away from the recession towards growth.’

Cost.co.uk continues to follow consumer based and economic news.

Based in Essex, Cost.co.uk is one of the UK’s leading price comparison sites. Allowing their online customer’s access to companies offering a range of insurance, financial and travel services, the firm specialise in providing a personal experience. Founded in 2012, the agency has a trusted reputation for sourcing the most ideal policies at affordable prices.

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