LONDON (Reuters) – British business confidence slid in February to its lowest level since June 2016, the month of the Brexit vote, a survey showed on Thursday, adding to other signs that Brexit uncertainty is hurting companies.
Business confidence fell by 15 points to 4 percent in February, according to the Lloyds (LON:) Bank Business Barometer. The services sector, which accounts for the bulk of British economic output, accounted for the biggest fall in morale.
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