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Retail sales suffered a surprise fall last month but underlying consumer confidence remains upbeat, experts said.
Travis Perkins’ consumer arm, which largely consists of Wickes, has reported continued sales growth of 8.7% for its first quarter in 2015.
Pets at Home saw like-for-like sales jump 4.2% in its first year since floating on the stock exchange, driven by a focus on health and wellbeing.
Poundworld has launched an ecommerce site as it aims to drive European sales, eight months after it scrapped initial plans for an online operation.
A federal appeals court has reversed a ruling that would have required Walmart to allow shareholders to vote on firearms sales policies.
With the election fast approaching, industry experts reveal which Conservative and Labour policies will impact retailers the most.
Easter falling earlier this year caused a jump in like-for-likes and was further boosted by an improved food performance.
Regardless of the results of the upcoming general election, it is vital for the retailers to work with the government to improve the sector.
Marks & Spencer’s latest results could show that Bolland’s strategy has begun to bear fruit, but continued improvement is still needed.