Given is a bar chart that demonstrates consumer spending on six different commodities in four European countries, namely Britian, France, Italy and Germany.
Overall, it is clear that of the six products, people spent most on photographic films and toys. In addition, spending on all six goods in Britain is significantly higher compared to other nations.
With regard to Britain, the amount spent on photographic films and toys was the highest, at 170 thousand pounds and around 167 thousand pounds, respectively, while the figure for the rest of commodities was more than 155 thousand pounds. Similarly, photographic films was the most favoured in France with 165 thousand pounds spent on it. On the contrary, this figure for tennis racquets in France was the lowest, with only 145 thousand pounds being spent.
As to Italy and German, the indexes for most categories in the former country was below 155 thousand pounds, with the notable exception of toys, where around 157 thousands pound was spent on. Meanwhile in the latter country, the amount spent on all six goods was below 150 thousand pounds. Therefore, it can be seen that out of the four countries, the consumer spending was lowest in German.