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U.k. Consumer Confidence Holds At Highest Since April 2008

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http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...id=a2Sy9BTE5qsg

July 31 (Bloomberg) -- U.K. consumer confidence held at the highest level since April 2008 as evidence mounted that Britain is emerging from recession, GfK NOP said.

An index of sentiment was unchanged in July at minus 25, the market researcher said in an e-mailed statement today in London. The reading is up from minus 39 a year earlier.

The report adds to signs that the worst slump in a generation is easing after Nationwide Building Society said house prices rose for a third month while mortgage approvals increased.

I must admit I'm slightly miffed at how bullish Bloomberg articles have been for the last few weeks.

A -25 reading is good news? go figure :blink:

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http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=206...id=a2Sy9BTE5qsg

I must admit I'm slightly miffed at how bullish Bloomberg articles have been for the last few weeks.

A -25 reading is good news? go figure :blink:

Tout TV at its best. In stiff competition with the CNBC and the BBC to be the biggest propagandists.

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Tout TV at its best. In stiff competition with the CNBC and the BBC to be the biggest propagandists.

Ever occurred to you that it may well be the truth? Or are you too busy trying to prove we didn't land on the moon and 9/11 was an inside job?

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Or are you too busy trying to prove we didn't land on the moon and 9/11 was an inside job?

9/11 definately happened outside.

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