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Amazon’s trial of one-hour chilled food deliveries could prove hugely disruptive for an already ultra-competitive grocery sector.
Catch up on this week’s big retail stories with analysis from executive editor George MacDonald and grocery reporter Luke Tugby.
Sainsbury’s expects its full-year profits to beat market expectations despite a 1.1% fall in like-for-like sales during its second quarter.
House of Fraser has reported a rise in its half-year sales and profits on the back of strong growth across both its stores and online.
Homewares group Dunelm has posted a rise in full-year profits after a strategic overhaul and is in “better shape than ever” to grow.
Ikea has reported a strong rise in full-year sales, thanks to solid international trading in China, Russia, Germany and North America.
Tesco is expected to post positive interims next week, but its struggling overseas operations are set to face a brighter than usual spotlight.
Moss Bros has reported a strong first half of the year, clocking up sales of £61.3m while pre-tax profits rocketed 44% to £2.8m. Here analysts give their reaction.
JD Sports has the backing of brands such as Nike and Adidas, and has created an impressive store environment. No wonder its profits soared.
Asda’s weak second-quarter performance will have done little to quell the whisperings that boss Andy Clarke’s position is under pressure.