Estonia Retail Sales Fall in November

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Estonia's retail sales continued to decline in November, led by a slump in sales at stores selling manufacturing goods, data from Statistics Estonia (SE) showed on December 29.

Retail sales fell 2% yearly in November, following a 4% decline in October.

Stores selling manufacturing goods influenced the most, with a 7% annual decrease in November.

Compared to the previous month, retail sales grew 4% in November, after remaining unchanged in the prior month.

On a seasonally adjusted basis, the turnover of retail sales climbed 2% monthly in November.

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