FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - Consumer confidence has decreased in the United Kingdom in November, continuing its downward trend which started in September, according to the latest GfK survey.

The consumer confidence index decreased to -10 from -8 in October, reaching the lowest level seen since March 2003, with personal financial, and general economic situations for the next months, showing reasons for concern for consumers.

The index measuring changes in personal finances dropped two points fro November 2006 to 0, while finances for next year declined other two points to a level of +9.

The index for the general economic situation has dropped three points to -32 since November 2006, while general economy for next year decreased one point to -21.