B&M sales slow as boss indicates ‘uncertainty’ around consumer spending

Exterior shot of B&M Stafford store showing car park and two customerrs

B&M’s sales have dipped in the first quarter of the value retailer’s current financial year following exceptionally strong trading during the pandemic.

Group revenue grew by 3.1% to £1.18bn in the 13-week period from March 28 to June 26, a drop from the equivalent trading period in 2020 where sales grew by 27.7% to £1.15bn.

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