The eurozone retail trade volume rose 1% month-on-month in November 2019, the EU’s statistical office announced on Tuesday.

The figure also rose 0.6% in the EU28 in November compared to October 2019, Eurostat said.

In October, the retail trade volume fell 0.3% from September in the eurozone and 0.2% in the EU28.

The eurozone/euro area represents member states that use the single currency — euro — while the EU28 includes all member countries of the bloc.

In the euro area, “The volume of retail trade increased by 1.4% for non-food products and by 0.7% for food, drinks and tobacco,

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