201013fbd001A new report indicates the UK’s economic recovery lost steam by the turn of 2014 amid a slumping growth. Recent reports have pointed to a slowdown at the end of 2014 for both industry and construction while consumer spending appears to have held up, the Guardian reported. Analysts see little chance of that pattern changing in coming months as continued troubles among the UK’s key trading partner, the eurozone, and a slowdown in China weigh on exports. But manufacturing should get some support from lower oil prices. Meanwhile, growth is forecast to have slowed to 0.6% in the fourth quarter, from 0.7% in the third. The report also found that people continue to worry about job security. More