Retail sales fall in May as shoppers dine out


Paul Dales, chief UK economist at Capital Economics said that while the 1.4% fall in retail sales was “disappointing”, he said it “may not mean that overall consumer spending is much weaker than we have been expecting if there was just a bigger shift in spending from the shops to the pubs as indoor hospitality reopened in mid-May”.



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