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An unprecedented number of retailers are poised to take part in a Black Friday deal frenzy that is expected to deliver £200m of sales.
Outdoor goods specialist Mountain Warehouse has revealed record first-half results and is expanding in the UK and overseas.
Asda has fallen into negative like-for-like territory, reporting a 1.6% fall in its third quarter, as the trading environment took a toll.
Game’s sales in its first quarter surged by 17% year on year as it grew faster than the games market generally.
Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe says the “death of the superstore is grossly exaggerated” despite stating a quarter of its stores have too much space.
Burberry has reported a 14% increase in underlying sales and a 6% rise in profits for the six months to the end of September.
Sales at Majestic Wine increased 2.8% to £133.8m for the first half of the year, although profits slipped as the retailer invested.
What the City is saying about Asos following its preliminary results
There’s not much in retail that’s worse than a minus in front of a sales or profit figure but M&S looks as if it’s going the right way.
WHSmith may be the butt of sarky humour but there is little doubting the retailer’s prowess after it reported a 9% surge in profits.