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U.K. | 18 Aug 2020 Retail Sales Likely were Well Above Pre-Covid Levels in July
July's retail sales report, released on Friday, looks set to be the third in a row to surprise the consensus to the upside.

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18 Aug 2020 Retail Sales Likely were Well Above Pre-Covid Levels in July

By Tombs Samuel

July's retail sales report, released on Friday, looks set to be the third in a row to surprise the consensus to the upside.

Posted: 17th Aug 2020 in 'U.K.'

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