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U.K. | 18 January 2019 December's Retail Sales Report Will Be a Clanger
The consensus forecast for retail sales in December has been consistently too upbeat in recent years and we think most analysts are too sanguine yet again.

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18 January 2019 December's Retail Sales Report Will Be a Clanger

By Samuel Tombs

The consensus forecast for retail sales in December has been consistently too upbeat in recent years and we think most analysts are too sanguine yet again.

Posted: 17th Jan 2019 in 'U.K.'

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