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UK retail sales rise by 5.3% year-on-year

Latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) released on Friday indicate that the UK’s retail industry is strengthening, with year-on-year estimates of the quantity bought in the retail industry during December 2013 showing an increase of 5.3%, compared […]

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Retail sales in the UK pass expectations for May 2013

The UK Office for National Statistics (ONS) released seasonally adjusted figures from a survey of 5,000 retailers in Great Britain today, which revealed an estimated 1.9% increase in

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Drop in profits for M&S as UK retail sales growth stalls in October

There was a drop in UK retail sales in October 2012, new figures showed today, suggesting that there will be bumps along the road to economic recovery after

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Online retail to rise to 33% of all UK sales by 2022 — report

Online retail is going strong in the UK and there are no signs that it will lose any ground soon. On the contrary, predictions are for a steady

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UK online retail sales increase by 14% in July

The Olympic Games had a positive effect on UK retail sales in July and while the 0.8% month-on-month increase in value may be modest, it is still encouraging

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UK retail sales hit by wettest April on record

Retail sales in the UK were were dampened by the wettest April on record, according to a report released today by the British Retail Consortium (BRC). The latest BRC-KPMG

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