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Retailers can't expect spectacular Christmas sales figures -- even though people do feel a little better about the economy.
Research by KBC has found consumer confidence has improved slightly for the first time in six months.
The bank says it's because the threat of a crash Brexit has gone away, at least in the short term.
But Austin Hughes, chief economist with KBC, says news of major jobs cuts in November's making people nervous.
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