WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Consumer confidence in New Zealand fell in the second quarter as households have become increasingly nervous about the economic outlook, a survey showed on Monday.
The Westpac-McDermott Miller consumer confidence index fell to 106.0 in the June quarter from 109.6 in the previous quarter. A reading above 100 indicates more optimists than pessimists.
(Reporting by Rebecca Howard; Editing by Phil Berlowitz)
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