RTTNews reports that survey results from market research group GfK showed that UK consumer sentiment remained unchanged in June.
The consumer confidence index held steady at -9.0 in June, while it was forecast to rise to -7.0.
"A repetition of last month's score doesn't mean confidence is about to nose-dive," Joe Staton, client strategy director at GfK, said.
The upwards trajectory for the Index since the dark days at the start of the pandemic is currently still on track, Staton said.
The index measuring past changes in personal finances gained four points to zero. The forecast for personal finances over the next year rose only one point to +11.
The measure for the general economic situation over the last year edged up one point to -47, while the expectations for the general economic situation over the coming twelve months dropped by six points to -2.
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