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Retail sales in April beat forecasts with a 2.3% rise

Published on Thursday 18th of May 2017 09:01:02 AM in BBC

Warmer weather helped retail sales to rise by more than expected last month, according to official data.Sales volumes jumped 2.3% in April from the month before, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said, and were 4% higher than a year earlier.April's rebound contrasted with March, when ...

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