Retail sales volumes fell by 0.2% in September 2021, following an upwardly-revised 0.6% fall in August; accoridng to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Despite the fall in September, volumes were 4.2% higher than their pre-coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic February 2020 levels.
August’s ONS retail figures reveal overall sales continue to fall, down -0.9% against the previous month. Once again, only an online sales uplift helped save the day, says ParcelHero
Retail sales volumes fell by 2.5% between June and July 2021; looking more broadly, however, they were up by 5.2% in the three months to July compared with the previous three months and are 5.8% higher than their pre-coronavirus (COVID-19)
Retail sales volumes grew sharply in April 2021 with a monthly increase of 9.2%, reflecting the effect of the easing of coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions including the re-opening of all non-essential retail from 12 April in England and Wales and from
Retail sales volume recover in March but figures for the first quarter remain subdued overall, ONS reports
Retail sales volumes continued to recover in March 2021, with an increase of 5.4% when compared with the previous month reflecting the effect of the easing of coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions on consumer spending; sales were 1.6% higher than February 2020
Retail sales fell 1.9% in 2020, compared with 2019, the largest year-on-year fall on record, according to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics.
In August 2020, retail sales volumes increased by 0.8% when compared with July; this is the fourth consecutive month of growth, resulting in an increase of 4.0% when compared with February’s pre-pandemic level, the latest figures from the Office for
Retail sales volumes in July rise 3% above pre-pandemic levels but clothing sales sink 26% lower, ONS reports
In July 2020, retail sales volumes increased by 3.6% when compared with June, and are 3.0% above pre-pandemic levels in February 2020, the latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows.
Retail sales volumes partly rebounded in May 2020 with an increase of 12.0% when compared with the record falls experienced in the previous month, but sales were still down by 13.1% on February before the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19)
The volume of retail sales in April 2020 fell by a record 18.1%, following the strong monthly fall of 5.2% in March 2020, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Retail sales fell by 5.1% in March, the largest fall on record, as many stores ceased trading from 23 March following official government guidance during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, new figures from the Office for National Statistics show.
UK retail sales increased by 0.7% in July 2018, compared with the previous month, recovering from a decrease of 0.5% in June 2018, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). When compared with the same month
Sunpride is launching a range of exotic fruit juice drinks to tap growing sales growing interest in exotic flavours in the UK. According to IRI EPOS data, the tropical fruit juice market is now estimated to be worth around £140m
Management consultants AT Kearney say UK retailers should be bracing themselves for a tough 2012 and the latest ONS retail sales figures for December 2011 disguise a drop in earnings, resulting from deep discounting Anne-Isabelle Choueiri, manager of the retail practice
Neil Saunders, managing director of retail research agency, Conlumino, has called into question the validity of the latest retail sales figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS), which show sales values increased by 5.4% and volumes by 0.9% in
Retail sales figures issued today by the Office for National Statistics show a better than expected sales volume rise of 0.7% month-on-month. The high street has bounced back from a painful month for consumer spending but the market remains fragile,
Bad weather hit sales of food in December 2010 with retail sales down by 3.4% – the biggest fall on record, according to the Office for National Statistics. Non-food stores increased by 3.1% with rises across all sectors except household
Retail sales volumes in November 2010 were 1.1% higher than in November 2009, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Food stores decreased by 1.3% – this is the fifth consecutive fall, while non-food stores increased by 3.6%. Within
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