South Africa’s sell sales decreased for a fourth true month in July, information from Statistics South Africa showed on Wednesday.
Retail sales fell 9.0 percent year-on-year in July, following an 7.2 percent diminution in June. Economists had foresee a 5 percent decline.
The biggest disastrous grant came from a all ‘other’ retailers, retailers in food, beverages and tobacco in specialized stores, retailers in textiles, clothing, shoes and leather goods, and ubiquitous dealers.
On a month-on-month basis, sell sales fell 1.1 percent in July, after a 6.6 percent arise in a prior month.
In a 3 months finished in July, sell sales increasing 7.4 percent, following a 23.5 percent tumble in a preceding 3 months.