Electricals retailer Dixons Carphone said it saw "no detectable impact of the Brexit vote" on consumer spending as it posted better-than-expected sales in the UK.
The laptops-to-SIM-cards retailer said like-for-like sales in the UK and Ireland lifted 4% in the 13 weeks to 30 July, against City forecasts of 2.5%.
The group, which employs 42,000 staff in 11 countries, added its southern Europe division enjoyed a "very good performance" driven by 13% like-for-like growth in Greece.
Across the group, formed from a 2014 merger of Dixons and Carphone Warehouse, like-for-like sales rose by 4%.
Chief executive Seb James said: "We have had another very good quarter and I am happy to be reporting this level of performance today.
"We are delivering pleasing growth in all markets and continued high levels of customer satisfaction, and, thus far, continue to see no detectable impact of the Brexit vote on consumer behaviour in the UK."
The group said in January it would close 134 outlets in the UK and Ireland and would create what it calls "3-in-1″ stores, merging PC World and Currys and then adding a Carphone Warehouse to those sites.