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Macroeconomics  |  September 14, 2010 13:23:06

UK Consumer confidence rose for the first time since April

Expectations indicator was the driving force behind growth in the UK consumer confidence for August. Improving confidence in the economic situation and level of household income in the next six months, supported by expectations indicator. Confidence in the current situation remained low and will continue to play an important role in future recovery.

NCCI consumer confidence index in August rose by 5 points to 61 points after three months saw a drop in a row, said the NBS survey. In the same period a year ago indicator reached 66 points and assumed the majority consensus of 60 points. Expectations indicator jumped by 7 points to 84 points, while the indicator of the current economic situation by only 1 point to 27 points.Indicator spending rose by 4 points to 98 points.

According to the NBS, the mood of households slowly recovering, but it is too early to say whether there was turnover. The three-month decline probably reflects caution after the election. Britain was still recovering from its worst recession since World War II. Coalition government budget cuts represent a risk of reviving the British economy is still fragile. NCCI is a monthly survey of about 1,000 households.

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