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U.K. | 19 January 2018 December Retail Sales Likely Reversed Most of November's Gain
December's retail sales figures, released today, likely will show that the surge in spending in November was driven merely by people undertaking Christmas shopping earlier than in past years, due to Black Friday.

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19 January 2018 December Retail Sales Likely Reversed Most of November's Gain

By Samuel Tombs

December's retail sales figures, released today, likely will show that the surge in spending in November was driven merely by people undertaking Christmas shopping earlier than in past years, due to Black Friday.

Posted: 18th Jan 2018 in 'U.K.'

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