UK consumer confidence deteriorates in April-GFK


LONDON, April 29 (Reuters) - British consumer confidence worsened in April, a survey showed on Friday, less than a week before an election when the ruling Labour party vies for a third successive term on the back of its economic record.

Consultancy GfK Martin Hamblin said its barometer of consumer confidence fell in April to 0 from +1 in March, in line with market expectations.

Britons' assessment of their economic situation over the next 12 months also deteriorated, with the confidence balance falling to -6 from -4 in March.



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