Consumer confidence in the UK dipped by one point in October, as anxiety over the economy took its toll. Data from GfK’s long-running Consumer Confidence Index indicates that the overall index score fell from -9 in September to -10 in October. Despite the slip, consumer confidence has generally plateaued since June, when it plummeted to -10 compared to May’s overall index score of -5.
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Consumer confidence slips in October