British consumers remain their least confident in more than a year as they worry about the country’s European Union referendum and the euro zone’s unresolved economic problems, a survey showed on Thursday.
Market research firm GfK said its overall consumer sentiment indicator stood at zero in March, unchanged from February and its joint lowest level since December 2014.
Britain’s consumers have been the driver of the country’s economic recovery over the past three years.
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