LONDON, Dec 21 (Reuters) - British consumer confidence stayed at its lowest level since July this month, and only shoppers' desire to bring forward big purchases before next month's rise in value-added tax stopped a further fall, a survey showed on Tuesday. The GfK NOP December consumer confidence barometer was unchanged at -21, slightly better than the -22 analysts had forecast but two points lower than the same time last year. The survey's "climate for major purchases" gauge jumped 10 ...
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