Pre-Brexit stockpiling by UK retailers helped Balta achieve ‘modest sales growth against a generally challenging and volatile environment’ in the UK in the third quarter. Overall residential caret sales were flat.
Retail sales edged up in November, adjusting for the later Black Friday, according to the BRC/KPMG Retail Sales Monitor for November.
Heal’s is to open an outlet store next month.
John Lewis saw sales plunge in the past week as shoppers waited for Black Friday.
The number of businesses waiting for challenges over increased business rates to be resolved has risen by more than a third in three months, according to new figures.
Topps Tiles has said that sales have fallen since the general election was called.
London kitchen, bedroom and bathroom retailer Day True has opened its third store.
John Lewis has seen sales rebound in the past week, setting a new record.
ScS has warned that orders have continued to fall, although the rate has slowed.
Marks & Spencer is to have a new head of clothing and home, with Richard Price returning to the chain.
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