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Retail Sales (May)

The 0.3% m/m fall in retail sales in May and downward revisions to previous months’ gains suggest that surging prices might finally be taking their toll on real consumption. But with the latter still on course for solid growth of 3% annualised in the second quarter, that won’t stop the Fed from accelerating the pace of policy tightening later today.

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