Australia's retail sales surge may spur interest rate rise

Retail sales in Australia increased 0.9% in August, according to the country's statistics bureau. The higher-than-expected increase is expected to prompt the Reserve Bank of Australia to consider boosting interest rates. Economists had expected retail sales to jump by 0.5%, but a 2.4% surge in department store sales helped lift overall results.

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