(Adds market reaction, comment) LONDON, April 28 (Reuters) - British consumer confidence improved more than expected in April, as people were more upbeat about their personal finances, a survey showed on Friday. GfK NOP's monthly consumer confidence barometer rose to -4 this month from -7 in March, much better than analysts' forecasts for a modest improvement to -6, but down from a year ago, when there was a reading of 0. The pound rallied after the data to hit a seven-month high against ...
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