Markit Economics and financial information provider Ipsos Mori released its household finance index for the U.K. The household finance index declined to 43.8 in June from 45.5 in May.
The decline was driven by concerns over job security.
The index measuring the outlook for financial well-being over the coming twelve months increased to 50.1 in June from 49.3 in May.
The current inflation perceptions index declined to 61.5 in June from 64.7 in May.
The index measuring expected living costs over the twelve months was 78 in June.
24% expects monetary policy to tighten over the next six months. It was the lowest reading since October 2013.