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China’s factory output, retail sales miss expectations in May
Growth in China’s factory output slowed for a third straight month in May, likely weighed down by disruptions caused by COVID-19 outbreaks in the country’s southern export powerhouse of Guangdong.
South Korean retail investors log big returns on stocks
South Korean retail investors have posted big gains from their stock investments in recent months amid a market recovery from the coronavirus shock, data showed Monday.
Poll: India's retail inflation could hit 7-month high in May, but below RBI target
India's retail inflation likely accelerated to a seven-month high in May on rising food prices, but it is expected to remain well below the target of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), giving it room to ease policy further, a Reuters poll found.
Retail crisis becoming UK landlords’ problem as demands for rent cuts pile up
There are some unpalatable high street trends doing the rounds at the moment, from tie-dye to zebra print and white jeans, but for shop owners the hardest thing to wear this season is the fashion for rent cuts.
Retail sales in S. Korea up 9.4% in November
Retail sales in South Korea increased more than nine percent in November from a year earlier, led by strong demand for products sold through online malls and convenience stores, government data showed .
Why are US women losing retail jobs while men are gaining them?
A surge of Americans got back to work this year, driving the jobless rate to a 17-year low — but the ‘roaring’ economy, as President Trump calls it, appears to have disproportionately benefited men.
UK retail giant Tesco reports record £6.4bn loss
The UK’s giant supermarket chain Tesco has registered a huge record loss of £6.4 billion, a record low in its 96-year history.

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