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May 9, 2017

united kingdom retail sales highest since 2006

"UK retail sales enjoy biggest jump since 2006"

British retail sales bounces back since 11 years

According to financial times ,The British Retail Consortium-KPMG retail sales monitor rose 5.6 per cent in April from a year earlier, up from a 1 per cent decline in March and well ahead of expectations for a 0.5 per cent gain.Barclaycard’s data also matched this picture, with spending up 5.5pc in April on the year. This was the strongest result since April 2006 led by late easter sales 

 Over the three months to April 2017, food sales were up by 2.4 per cent from a year earlier, while non-food retail rose by 0.3 per cent. Online sales of non-food products were up by 8.2 per cent over the same period, while in-store sales fell 1.3 per cent.The late Easter did not help the numbers - shoppers spend more over the long weekend, so its move from March and into April made the earlier month’s figures look worse, while flattering April’s data.But even stripping out the effect of a late Easter, spending was still up year-on-year. The three-month average for annual sales growth now stands at 2%.Consumer Spending rose on almost all types of goods, according to data from BRC led by jewelry and watches, toys and baby equipment, food, furniture, clothing and home accessories.

August 30, 2012

US Retail Commerce Rebounds in 2012, with 16% Growth

Online retail sales  shows signs of rebounding in 2012  with growth of 16.6% in the first quarter, to nearly $44.3 billion compared with $38.0 billion for the same period on 2011 while Q2,2012 Q2 2012 U.S. retail e-commerce sales estimates, showing that online retail spending reached $43.2 billion for the quarter, up 15 percent versus year ago, ( source :comScore Inc.
The Q1 and Q2, spending marks the tenth consecutive quarter of positive year-over-year growth and sixth consecutive quarter of double-digit growth

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