SINGAPORE (Nikkei Markets) -- Retail sales in Singapore staged a surprise rebound in April even as online spending continued to grow, signaling improving consumer sentiment in a recovering economy.
Data released by the Department of Statistics on Monday showed retail sales, excluding motor vehicles, rose 4.9% in April from a year ago, led by increased sales of watches and jewelry and as department stores and petrol stations reported better performances.
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