Retail sales volumes grew at the fastest pace for over a year in the 12 months to November, according to the latest CBI quarterly Distributive Trades Survey.
Retail sales growth slow but employment grows strongly, latest CBI quarterly Distributive Trades Survey shows
Retail sales growth slowed again in the year to November and orders fell for the first time since April 2015, but firms have been recruiting at their strongest rate for 17 years and expect sales to recover next month.
Retailers expect sales to grow by an average of 4.7% this year as the economy continues to recover, according to TLT’s Retail Growth Strategies Report 2015. If this level of growth is achieved then the retail sector will significantly outperform
Shoppers are gearing up for Christmas in the UK with sales on the high street higher in November than a year ago and for the fifth consecutive month, according to the CBI’s latest quarterly Distributive Trades survey. It revealed 55%
Retail sales volumes decreased by 0.5% between July and August, according to the Office of National Statistics (ONS). Food stores decreased by 0.5% while non-food stores decreased by 0.7%. Within non-food stores there were decreases across all sectors apart from
Retail sales growth at the UK’s top grocers has fallen to its lowest level since August 2007, according to figures for the 12 weeks ending 21 March 2010 from Kantar Worldpanel (formerly TNS Worldpanel). Although there are some share winners,