LONDON (Reuters) – British consumer morale has risen to its highest level in just over two years this month, boosted by increasing optimism about the economy and a greater willingness among households to splash out on big purchases. Market research company GfK said on Friday that its monthly consumer confidence index rose to -21 in June from -22 in May. That was its highest level since May 2011 and matched expectations in a Reuters poll. The data adds to signs from industry surveys that Britain's still-weak economy is gaining steam. The Bank of England forecasts 0. …
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