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RW Grocery July 2013

Digital edition: Retail Week Grocery - July 2013

Read Retail Week PayPal Grocery supplement as a fully digital edition.

Tesco has issued a profit warning today, as it parachutes new chief executive Dave Lewis on Monday, a month early.

Tesco issues profit warning as new boss Dave Lewis parachuted in month early

Tesco has issued a profit warning today, as it parachutes in new chief executive Dave Lewis on Monday, a month earlier than originally planned.

Consumer confidence grew in August, confirming that sentiment has stabilised in the last few months.

Consumer confidence up three points in August as sentiment stabilises

Consumer confidence increased three points to 1 in August, confirming that sentiment has stabilised in the last few months.

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John Lewis and Waitrose weekly sales boosted by bank holiday and wet weather

John Lewis and Waitrose sales jumped last week due to the colder weather and bank holiday weekend.  

Embattled grocer Tesco\'s sales tumbled 5.9% in the 12 weeks to August 16, as its share slumped from 29.7% to 28.2% year on year.

Tesco's sales fall but Morrisons shows signs of improvement, Nielsen reports

Embattled grocer Tesco’s sales tumbled 5.9% in the 12 weeks to August 16, when its market share slumped from 29.7% to 28.2% year on year.

Retail Week\'s Breakfast Briefing

Breakfast briefing: Retail news on Tesco, consumer confidence and John Lewis

Retail news round-up on August 29, 2014: Tesco issues profit warning, consumer confidence jumps in August and John Lewis and Waitrose weekly sales boosted by bank holiday

Tesco issues second profit warning in two months as new boss starts month early.

Comment: Tesco's new boss Dave Lewis must hit the right price point

With Dave Lewis’ arrival at a rudderless Tesco being brought forward and the warning on profits again, it is fair to suggest that all is not sweetness and light in Cheshunt.

Twenty years after the liberalisation of trading hours, Sunday is  a popular shopping day

Comment: Changing shopper habits will make the Sunday trading debate redundant

When the Sunday Trading Act 1994 was introduced, part of the rationale was to better reflect the changing needs of consumers - but today those needs are changing again .

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