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UK DATA
UK DATA: Food Slump Eats Away at Retail Sales In September 
-UK Sep Total Retail Sales -0.8% m/m; +3.0% y/y; +1.2% 3m/3m
-UK Sep Retail Sales Ex-Fuel -0.8% m/m; +3.2% y/y; +1.4% 3m/3m
-UK Q3 Retail Sales +1.2% q/q; Will Add 0.06pp to Q3 GDP
-UK Sep Retail Sales Price Deflator 1.8% y/y; Joint-Lowest Since Dec 16
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Analysts continued to over-estimate September retail sales, which 
fell short of expectations, declining 0.8% m/m - the joint-lowest 
outturn since December. That means retail sales, 5.4% of UK output, will 
add 0.06pp to Q3 GDP. Food sales drove the decline in activity, 
declining 1.5% m/m, the sharpest fall since October 2015. This follows a 
strong Q2, boosted by temporary factors. Household goods sales continued 
to grow, up 10.6% y/y - the joint-largest since July 2015. Anecdotal 
evidence alluded to stronger discounting than typically seen.