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Retail news round-up on November 19, 2014: Tesco board unhappy; Retail sales in Scotland down; B&M in talks with retailers; UK inflation accelerated; and more.
The British Property Federation (BPF) had urged the government to reform the business rates system ahead of the Autumn Statement.
B&M European Value Retail recorded a rise in EBITDA and revenue in its first half as expansion continued and it bedded in newly acquired Jawoll.
The big grocers must close one in five of their stores in order to return to profit growth, according to a report by analysts at Goldman Sachs.
B&M is in talks to acquire stores from six retailers including a supermarket, as the group embarks on plans to become a ‘national retailer’.
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Dublin’s Spar Gourmet store is the answer to how retailers can combine convenience with an artisanal in-store experience.
US fashion retailer American Eagle Outfitters has made its European debut with three stores in Westfield and Bluewater shopping centres.
Despite growth in convenience and online retail, the big four grocers continue to struggle to maintain share in a competitive market.
Shop vacancy rates have increased for the first time in almost two years, but Government must stop treating the high street as a cash cow.