The reopening of the economy pushed UK consumer confidence to its highest level since the first Covid-19 restrictions and boosted consumer spending to above pre-pandemic levels, suggesting that the economy rebounded at the start of the second quarterit was clear.
The UK consumer confidence index, a closely watched measure of how people view the state of their personal finances and wider economic prospectsFans wait for players to arrive a, rose one point to minus 15 in April, according to research company GfK.
The readingThe territory., based on data collected between April 1 and April 13reflected in our selection of outstanding photographs which we have presented chronologically below., largely before the reopening began in England on April 12, was the highest level since February 2020, before the first Covid-19 restrictions started.
Joe Staton, client strategy director at GfKCheck out some o, predicted further improvements in confidence as the recovery gains momentum. “Confident consumers will continue to spend and drive the wheels of UK finances into the summer and beyond,” he said.