Kingfisher sales dip as customer spend ‘normalises’

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Kingfisher has reported a slight drop in sales year-on-year as consumer spending balances out post-pandemic.

The DIY giant recorded sales down 3.2% to £3.2bn compared with last year in the quarter to October 31, but a 15% jump on a two-year basis.

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