By Anchalee Worrachate and Katie Allen LONDON, Jan 31 (Reuters) - British consumer confidence unexpectedly surged in January to its highest level in more than two years but retail sales marked a surprise fall in the same month, pointing to interest rates on hold for now. GfK Martin Hamblin said on Monday that a jump in Britons' optimism about their own personal finances helped push its consumer confidence index to +1 from -3 in December, much higher than expected. Separately, the ...
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