LONDON, June 30 (Reuters) - British consumer morale improved in June to its best in 14 months as people became confident their own finances would improve for the first time in more than a year, a survey showed on Tuesday. The GfK/NOP consumer confidence index rose to -25 in June from -27 in May -- the highest since April 2008 and in line with analysts' forecasts. The index, while showing that people remain deeply gloomy as Britain suffers its deepest downturn in decades, has been improving ...
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