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Retail Sales (Sep.)

With retail sales unchanged in September there is still little evidence that the boost to purchasing power from the earlier sharp fall in gasoline prices has helped real consumption. Energy prices are now edging higher again and employment growth is slowing, so we expect consumption growth to weaken further over the coming months.

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