Gfk released its consumer confidence index for the U.K. on Friday. GfK's U.K. consumer confidence index decreased to 0 in February from 4 in January, missing expectations for a decline to 3.
3 of 5 measures increased and 2 declined.
"While faith in our own personal financial situation continues to remain strong for the year ahead with just a one-point drop to 8 points, we are clearly worried about the general economic situation for the country. Here, there have been sharp drops both for the view over the past year and the coming year," Joe Staton, Head of Market Dynamics at GfK, said.