Tag : BRC-KPMG Retail Sales Monitor
Clothing retailers enjoyed an uptick in year-on-year sales in November, driven by the colder weather and the extension to the Brexit deadline until at least 31 January 2020.
Discounting drives October retail salesSubscription
High levels of discounting on the high street – particularly on fashion – gave a small boost to retail sales in October.
Brexit fears fuel worst-ever September Subscription
UK retail sales growth has experienced an all-time low for September, as ongoing Brexit uncertainty has a “material impact on the consumer psyche”, new research has shown.
August retail sales flatline Subscription
Economic uncertainty, summer discounting and weak footfall have caused UK retail sales to flatline in August, new research shows.
Easter sunshine hits April retail salesSubscription
UK retail sales rose by 3.7% in April compared with a 4.2% decrease in the same month in 2018, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG’s latest Retail Sales Monitor shows.
Clothing sales survived an overall slump in March, thanks to Mothers’ Day, as Brexit uncertainty continues to negatively affect spending.
January discounts tempt cautious consumersSubscription
Retail sales returned to year-on-year growth in January after a disappointing December, but the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG warned there is no guarantee the positive momentum will continue.
Retail sales in the UK rose slightly in October, new figures from the BRC KPMG Retail Sales Monitor show.
September store sales disappointSubscription
UK retail sales decreased by 0.2% in September compared with the same month in 2017, the British Retail Consortium and KPMG’s latest Retail Sales Monitor shows.
Heatwave hits fashion sales Subscription
Like-for-like UK retail sales were up 0.5% in July compared with the same month in 2017, but the summer heatwave has failed to light a fire under fashion.