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Retail sales in the UK increased by 13.9% in June, marking the second month of significant improvement in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). 

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Retail sales in the UK throughout the month of April have dropped by 18.1%, according to the latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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The Scottish economy is predicted to grow by 0.8% GVA in 2020 and subsequently narrow the growth gap between Scotland and the UK by 2022, according to the EY Scottish ITEM Club 2020 Forecast published today. The report shows the Scottish economy grew in 2019 by 0.9% GVA and will continue to do so in

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Retail sales in September this year remained flat following a fall of 03.% in August this year, a new report by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveals.

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The Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) has revealed a contraction in activity within the services sector in September. This revelation completes a trio of PMI's which showed a decline in activity across services, manufacturing and construction sectors at the end of the third quarter of the year.

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EY ITEM Club has revealed that mortgage approvals fell and consumer credit growth slowed in August. UK Finance reported that mortgage approvals for house prises eased back to back to 42,576 in August from a 29-month high of 43,303 in July, whilst annual net unsecured consumer credit growth edged bac

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UK public finances saw a rare recent improvement in August as the budget deficit (measured in terms of PSNBex) dipped modestly to £6.4 billion from £6.9bn in August 2018, according to EY ITEM Club.

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