Data: Consumer confidence edges ahead of pre-pandemic levels

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Consumer confidence increased in July as the easing of restrictions and pent-up demand led to an increase in spending.

Sentiment rose by two points from -9 in June to reach -7 in July. This was the highest level of consumer confidence recorded since pre-lockdown in March 2020, according to GfK’s Consumer Confidence Index. 

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