LONDON — H&M Group said its sales including value-added tax rose by 10 percent in local currencies in April, compared to the same month last year.

That matched the sales growth that H&M recorded in March, but was a slowdown from the 15 percent rise it saw in February and the 14 percent rise in January.

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While H&M provided only a percentage figure Friday, the Swedish retailer noted that it will publish total revenues in Swedish krone for the second quarter on June 15, when it will also detail its percentage sales development for May. Its report for the six months from Dec. 1 to May 31 will follow June 25.

H&M added Friday that its total number of stores stood at 3,610 on April 30, versus 3,246 on the same day a year ago.

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