• UK consumer confidence is now at its lowest point since the Brexit vote

    22 days ago - By Business Insider

    Britain's consumer confidence sank to 106.6 in October from 109.3 in November.
    The household finances score fell to its lowest level since January 2014, but consumers remain positive overall.
    The score was linked to a Bank of England interest rate hike and a housing market slowdown.
    LONDON - Brits are increasingly pessimistic about the state of the country and getting less likely to splash their cash, according to new data.
    Britain's consumer confidence sank 106.6 in November, down from 109.3 in October, according to an index produced by polling firm YouGov and the Centre for Economics and...
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