Thursday, Aug 17, 2006

Retail sales fall in July and June figure is revised downwards

SKY News: High Street Sales Falter

Retail sales in British shops unexpectedly fell in July for the first time in six months and it could defuse calls for further increases in interest rates. The Office for National Statistics said sales volumes fell by 0.3% last month compared with expectations of a rise of 0.2%. June's rise was also revised lower to 0.7% from an initially reported 0.9%.

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1. paul said...

When high street sales have a temporary blip the papers start hooting about dropping rates.
When energy companies raise prices the papers keep very quiet about the effect on rates.

Thursday, August 17, 2006 02:44PM Report Comment
 

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