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Marks & Spencer has suffered a further erosion of fashion market share, the latest Kantar fashion retail data has shown.
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99p Stores has unveiled rising profits and is preparing to expand its grocery offer in its biggest investment programme.
Consumer confidence has edged down again this month, raising concerns for retailers as they enter the critical festive season.
Halloween is proving more popular than ever, with 68% of families expected to celebate the event this year.
Waitrose sales excluding petrol increased 4.2% last week as shoppers stocked up on Halloween treats, while John Lewis sales rose 8.3%.
Sainsbury’s is launching an animated TV ad supporting The Royal British Legion to mark its 20 years backing the charity.
Christmas is fast approaching and retailers are preparing for a frenetic shopping season. Retail Week looks at the themes that will dominate this Christmas.
Tesco and Morrisons are both battling to turn themselves around in the face of an extraordinary structural shift in grocery.
Tesco was dumped in the remainder bin by the City after new boss Dave Lewis lifted the lid on results delayed by the grocer’s accounting scandal.
While consumers may be basking in lower prices they have to wade through increasingly opaque and confusing messages from the big four.