Consumer confidence in the UK in September fell by 2 points from the previous month recorded a record high since March 2005
In August, the figure had fallen to minus 1 point with 1 point in August, said the research firm GfK NOP Ltd., which calculates the rate.
“Many people do not feel better, despite the growth of GDP, and this can limit the impact of the economic situation of positive coverage in the media,” – said the managing director of the Social Science Research GfK Nick Moon.
In September, a decrease showed four of the five components of the index of confidence.
Sub-index of consumer attitudes to the general economic situation in the UK in the next 12 months fell to 4 points compared to 11 points in August.
Podyndeks rated British personal financial situation in the next year fell by 4 points – 1 point, which is the lowest index since December.
It is worth noting that the most minimal index of consumer confidence, which is calculated from 1974, was noted in July 2008 – 39 p. Average in the history of 9 p.