BUSINESS LIVE: The UK economy grew 0.9% in November; Curry damaged by supply chain interruption; James Bond and Spider-Man strengthen Cineworld
According to the latest data from the National Statistics Office, the UK economy has finally returned to pre-pandemic levels after growing 0.9 per cent in November, a significant blow to the previous month. rga expanded.
Electrician retailer Currys said sales fell 6 percent at the peak of the holiday, including in the UK and Ireland, as owner Alex Baldok acknowledged that the market was affected by “uneven customer demand and supply disruption”.
Ticket sales at Cineworld rebounded significantly in the second half of last year due to the popularity of “No Time to Die” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” but sales are still at a pre-pandemic level. remains much lower.
According to official data, GDP grew by 0.9% in November, which is now higher than in February 2020.