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U.K. | 20 October. 2016 Rising Prices Will Arrest the Strong Trend in Retail Sales Next Year
It's hard to have much conviction in any forecast for September retail sales, as the relationship between the official data and the surveys has weakened considerably.

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20 October. 2016 Rising Prices Will Arrest the Strong Trend in Retail Sales Next Year

By Samuel Tombs

It's hard to have much conviction in any forecast for September retail sales, as the relationship between the official data and the surveys has weakened considerably.

Posted: 19th Oct 2016 in 'U.K.'

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