Service Sector Survery – February 2022 – CBI


The three months to February showed a continued improvement in sentiment about the general business

situation amongst services firms, though at a slower pace across the sector. Business volumes growth slowed in consumer services last quarter whilst growth came to a standstill in business and professional services.
Cost pressures continued to build with the services sector as a whole witnessing record rates of growth and as a result profitability fell across both sub-sectors. Reflecting stronger cost growth, average selling prices climbed higher, growing at the quickest pace in survey history. Nevertheless, employment saw continued growth across the sector.

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