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Hong Kong’s September Retail Sales: Bloomberg Survey

Following are economic forecasts for Hong Kong’s September retail sales compiled by Bloomberg.

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                                    Retail        Retail
                                Value YoY%   Volume YoY%
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Median                               28.5%         20.5%
Average                              28.1%         20.2%
High                                 29.4%         21.5%
Low                                  25.4%         18.0%
Number of Estimates                      9            11
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Citi                                 27.0%         19.7%
DMG and Partners                     28.7%         20.2%
Forecast Pte Ltd                     25.4%         20.9%
Hang Seng Bank Ltd                   28.6%         20.6%
HSBC                                 28.5%         21.2%
ING Bank                             29.0%         20.5%
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                                    Retail        Retail
                                Value YoY%   Volume YoY%
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Nomura Securities                       --         18.2%
Societe Generale                     28.0%         21.5%
Standard Chartered Bank              28.4%         19.9%
Thomson Reuters IFR                  29.4%         21.2%
UBS                                     --         18.0%
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