By Fiona Shaikh LONDON, April 27 (Reuters) - Worries about prospects for the coming year kept Britons' economic morale in the doldrums in April, a survey showed on Friday, reinforcing doubts that consumers will loosen their purse strings and help drag the economy out of recession. The headline consumer confidence index in a survey conducted by pollster GfK NOP remained at -31 in April, confounding economists' forecasts for a modest improvement to -30. The index has been stuck in a range of ...
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