U.K. Retail Sales Drop as King Keeps Up Stimulus Push: EconomyJennifer Ryan
U.K. retail sales unexpectedly fell in April, indicating continued weakness in consumer spending and supporting Bank of England Governor Mervyn King’s case to expand quantitative easing.
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