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U.K. | 20 September 2017 August Retail Sales to Confirm Consumption Still Weak in Q3
August's retail sales figures, released today, look set to show that growth in consumers' spending has remained subpar in Q3, casting doubt over whether the MPC will conclude that the economy can cope with a rate hike this year.

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20 September 2017 August Retail Sales to Confirm Consumption Still Weak in Q3

By Samuel Tombs

August's retail sales figures, released today, look set to show that growth in consumers' spending has remained subpar in Q3, casting doubt over whether the MPC will conclude that the economy can cope with a rate hike this year.

Posted: 19th Sep 2017 in 'U.K.'

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