(Adds John Lewis figures) LONDON, Oct 31 (Reuters) - British consumer confidence fell in October and people are more reluctant to make major purchases than at any time since records began in 1982, a survey showed on Friday. Research company GfK NOP said its consumer confidence index slipped to -36 in October from -32 in September as worries over the economy and the global financial crisis soured the public mood. Analysts had expected a more modest easing to -35. The climate for major ...
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