* One-off factors spur biggest rise in confidence since 1993 * House prices nudge higher but market still subdued * Fiscal pain, high inflation to weigh on consumer demand (Adds John Lewis figures, BoE's Posen, analyst comment) By Christina Fincher LONDON, May 27 (Reuters) - British consumer morale jumped in May to its highest level this year and house prices nudged up, providing glimmers of hope for an economy struggling to get out of the doldrums, but analysts warned against ...
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