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U.K. | 15 June 2018 May's Surge in Retail Sales is Just a Weather-Related Blip
The trend in retail sales no longer looks quite so flat, following yesterday's May report. The level of sales volumes in April was revised up by 0.3%.

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15 June 2018 May's Surge in Retail Sales is Just a Weather-Related Blip

By Samuel Tombs

The trend in retail sales no longer looks quite so flat, following yesterday's May report. The level of sales volumes in April was revised up by 0.3%.

Posted: 14th Jun 2018 in 'U.K.'

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