August footfall drops 0.9% unexpectedly despite the warm weather

Footfall in August fell 0.9 per cent against the same month last year, reversing the 0.8 per cent footfall rise in July, as consumers took their vacations while numbers were against tough comparatives with the Olympics last year.

Footfall in August fell 0.9% against the same month last year, reversing the 0.8% footfall rise in July.

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