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Black Friday spending soars 7pc despite retailers launching deals early
Consumer spending has soared on Black Friday, despite early signs shoppers had steered clear of the high street and some retailers launching their promotions well ahead of the annual shopping event.
Black Friday sales bonanza set to hit a record  
Black Friday sales rise in UK despite fewer shoppers on high street  
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