British retail sales in June as the ONS statistical office reported grew up by 1% compared to May when it was noted their reducing by 0,6%. The indicator increasing was sudden for the market because economists purposed its declining by 0,3%. Compared to June 2018 growth of retail sales was by 3,8% because its pace speeded up after increasing by 2,2% in May and surpassed the 2,6% growth that experts predicted. The sales indicator excluding the car fuel increased in 0,9% and its annual growth was about 3,6%. Shops realized 0,2% more products than in May. The indicator of the household goods grew up by 1,9%. In May, it was sold 2,1% more car fuel than a month earlier. However the June data showed the declining of internet sales share to 18,2% from 18,7% in May.
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