LONDON, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Consumer confidence in Britain rose in January, driven by improving optimism over the outlook for the economy and personal finances, a survey by GfK NOP for the European Commission showed on Friday. The overall index from the survey, conducted between Jan. 8-17, increased by two points to -17 this month and stands 20 points higher than the same month last year, with three out of five sub-measures higher than December's scores. "Alongside the news that the ...
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