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Retail figures are out today.

Government borrowing tomorrow.

Retail sales figures up 0.6% on previous month.

Edited by trekking

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no, it means that inflation was up 0.6%

Wages were also up 0.6% or is this just people spending on the same credit cards Cameron begged everyone to pay off?

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Also I thought I heard someone on one of the rolling news channels this morning admit that while retail figures maybe be up 0.6% on the previous month, the previous month's figures were revised down first before the comparison was made.

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Also I thought I heard someone on one of the rolling news channels this morning admit that while retail figures maybe be up 0.6% on the previous month, the previous month's figures were revised down first before the comparison was made.

hahaha, i wouldnt be surprised?

revised down by how much? 1.2%

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Also I thought I heard someone on one of the rolling news channels this morning admit that while retail figures maybe be up 0.6% on the previous month, the previous month's figures were revised down first before the comparison was made.

Month-on-month comparisons aren't meaningful... there's too much noise. Give me the year-on-year comparison, please. :)

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