UK consumer confidence has improved for the second month in a row, a survey has shown, suggesting the recent cuts in VAT and interest rates are working.The consumer confidence index from market research group GFK NOP rose by two points to -33 in December. However, it remains near all-time lows.The rise was led by an increased confidence in making major purchases.Its survey comes a day after official figures showed a surprise increase in retail sales in November.BBC NEWS | Business | UK consumer confidence 'improves'
Friday, December 19, 2008
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