Retail sales in the United Kingdom increased faster than expected

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Retail sales in the United Kingdom increased faster than expected in April. This was shown on Friday by figures from the British statistical office.

Sales increased by 9.2 percent on a monthly basis. On an annual basis, this was an increase of 43.4%.

An increase of 5.9 percent was expected on a monthly basis and an increase of 37.4 percent on an annual basis.

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