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U.K. | 10 April 2019 Retail Sales Likely Dipped in March, but Remain Firmly on a Rising Path
Our view that households will continue to spend more in the first half of this year, preventing the economy from slipping into a capex-led recession, was not seriously challenged yesterday by the BRC's Retail Sales Monitor.

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10 April 2019 Retail Sales Likely Dipped in March, but Remain Firmly on a Rising Path

By Samuel Tombs

Our view that households will continue to spend more in the first half of this year, preventing the economy from slipping into a capex-led recession, was not seriously challenged yesterday by the BRC's Retail Sales Monitor.

Posted: 9th Apr 2019 in 'U.K.'

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