In June of this year, retail sales in Canada decreased by 0.2% compared to the previous month, when growth was registered by 2.2%, up to 50 billion 666 million Canadian dollars, according to the Statistics Canada. The indicator coincided with the estimates of analysts. Compared to June last year, retail sales in Canada increased by 3.8%. Retail sales without cars accounted for 37 billion Canadian dollars in June, increased by 0.1% over the month. Analysts had expected the growth rate of 0.5%. In annual terms, growth was 3.9%.
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