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Monday, February 20, 2017

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UK retail sales surprisingly grew in October

UK retail sales surprisingly grew in October, proving the strength of the country’s economy. This confirms the solid condition after the decision of British voters to leave the European Union. Retail sales increased by 1.9% mom in October due mainly to purchases of clothing, according to the data of the National Statistics Office. The economists

Bulgarian retail growth

Bulgarian retail growth slowed to 2% yoy in September

The retail in Bulgaria grew by 2% yoy in September, following a downwardly revised 5.3% yoy growth a month earlier, according to the latest data of National Statistical Institute (NSI). The data doesn’t monitor the sales of motor vehicles and motorcycles. however, this is the slowest growth since January 2016. The retail sales in the

retail sales July

UK retail sales grew in July

UK retail sales grew in July 2016, supported by hot weather and weaker currency. The retail sales in UK rose by 5.9% yoy and 1.4% MoM, according to the National Statistics Office. Sales of watches and jewelery increased by 16.6% yoy, reporting the biggest jump in almost two years. Data on retail trade were in

Retail sales in USA

Retail sales in USA remain unchanged

Retail sales in USA remain unchanged in July 2016, which would be a potential obstacle to economic growth in the second half. The data of the Ministry of Commerce show that values in June were revised upwards from 0.6% to 0.8% on a monthly basis. When excluding auto sales, the index recorded a decrease of

UK retail sales

UK retail sales sharply declined in June 2016

UK retail sales recorded its steepest monthly decline in six months, but probably due to the bad weather, which seriously hurt the sales of clothes. The National Statistics Office stated further that during the 5-week period ended July 5, there is no concrete evidence that the unexpected result of the vote effected the consumer behavior.