Consumer confidence flattens as threat of inflation curbs growth

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Consumer confidence remained flat in June as lingering coronavirus restrictions combined with the threat of inflation dampened growth.

Sentiment stayed flat at -9 throughout the month of June, with consumer fears about the wider economic outlook hampering what had been fairly consistent growth in confidence since March, according to the latest GfK Consumer Confidence Index.

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