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U.K. Documents | 20 October 2017 September's Retail Sales Slump Highlights Consumers' Caution
Retail sales fell sharply in September, highlighting that consumers still are spending only cautiously amid high economic uncertainty and falling real wages.

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20 October 2017 September's Retail Sales Slump Highlights Consumers' Caution

By Samuel Tombs

Retail sales fell sharply in September, highlighting that consumers still are spending only cautiously amid high economic uncertainty and falling real wages.

Posted: 19th Oct 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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