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Company confidence increased by three portion points to its highest level because March but remained deeply in unfavorable area at -30%, the survey showed.
” While the results recommend the economy may be starting to see some enhancement, trading conditions remain difficult for the majority of companies as the bulk are still experiencing disturbance to provide chains,” stated Hann-Ju Ho, senior economist at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
Self-confidence amongst construction firms rebounded strongly by 30 points, followed by smaller sized improvements for sellers and producers while services reported a fall as the hospitality and education sectors continued to deal with lockdown constraints.
The survey was performed between June 1 and June 15, after the reopening of non-essential merchants but before Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on June 23 that bars, restaurants and other consumer-facing companies might resume from July 4.
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