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Financial Services Market Research

Mintel's financial services market research reports are a sound investment in the fast-moving world of money. From savings to loans, pension planning to equity release, our research and analysis gives you detailed data on every market segment and unrivalled insight into how consumers choose and buy financial services - today and tomorrow. It's money in the bank.

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  1. Consumers and the Economic Outlook - UK - February 2020

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2020
    • UK

    “The UK left the EU with consumers still expecting Brexit to have a negative overall effect, but with much more positive views than in previous months. The clarity provided by the General Election and delivery of Brexit, continued high employment and above-inflation wage rises, ...

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  2. Foodservice - Brazil - February 2020

    • Consumer Report
    • January 2020
    • Brazil

    “As consumers demonstrate certain resistance in trying new restaurants and dishes, the foodservice category has the challenge of expanding its reach beyond pizzerias and snack bars, as well as increasing consumption frequency in general. In order to do that, it is necessary to ...

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  3. Consumers and the Economic Outlook - UK - February 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2019
    • UK

    “Concern over the impact of Brexit is more severe than at any other time since Mintel stated tracking this measure, including the initial shock in the immediate aftermath of the vote. Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement was the first glimpse of anything resembling certainty ...

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  4. Consumers and the Economic Outlook - Quarterly Update - UK - June 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • June 2018
    • UK

    “The increase in confidence that we discussed in Consumers and the Economic Outlook – UK – March 2018 clearly wasn’t a one-off. Our confidence data has been running for almost a decade now, and people’s assessments, both of their current financial situation and how they expect ...

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  5. Consumers and the Economic Outlook - Quarterly Update - UK - March 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • March 2018
    • UK

    “People are still wary about the potential impact of Brexit – particularly when it comes to the cost of living. But people seem able to separate these macro-economic concerns from their own personal financial situation. Unemployment remains at record lows, and while average ...

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  6. Consumers and the Economic Outlook: Quarterly Update - UK - October 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • October 2017
    • UK

    “Consumers’ spending power is being hit by the squeeze on incomes as inflation continues to outpace average wage rises. In four of the last five months, people have been more likely to feel worse off compared to a year ago than to say that their finances have improved. This is ...

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  7. Consumers and the Economic Outlook: Quarterly Update - UK - July 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • July 2017
    • UK

    "The snap election clearly unsettled consumers. All three of our measures of sentiment fell between April and May. And the inconclusive result means that there was no immediate bounce in confidence post-election. Instead, our data shows that people were even more concerned ...

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  8. Consumers and the Economic Outlook: Quarterly Update - UK - March 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • March 2017
    • UK

        “Consumer sentiment has remained strong, reflecting growing real wages, low unemployment and, as yet, the absence of any major economic upheaval post-EU vote. When it comes to the impact of the vote, people are relatively positive about the big-picture issues such as the UK’

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  9. British Lifestyles: Growing Tired of Austerity - UK - April 2016

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2016
    • UK

    "Britain’s economy growth has outstripped other major economies, employment is high (and unemployment is low) and wages have been rising above inflation. Yet, consumer sentiment has been slow to respond. Perhaps we will need to see a more sustained period of growth in earnings ...

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  10. American Lifestyles - US - April 2016

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2016
    • US

    “Even though an improved economy has left Americans with a little extra money in their pockets, some are still struggling to find a balanced approach to spending. In an attempt to spend prudently while still enjoying whatever extra they have, consumers are meeting their ...

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