Online retailers of non-food items put in their best performance since March 2010 in December, according to new figures announced today.
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Sainsbury¡¯s said it has recorded a ¡°strong sales performance¡± despite earlier predictions that it would suffer its first decline for eight years.
High street retailers witnessed an ¡°underwhelming¡± December, despite an earlier forecast for growth over the Christmas trading period.
Next is raising its full year profit forecast for the 2013/14 financial year after witnessing a strong sales performance over the Christmas trading period.
Consumer spending in Ireland is expected to rise 1.3% in 2014, the first such increase since the start of the recession, according to Retail Ireland.
Following on from Lingerie Insight's ¡®Lessons Learned in 2013¡¯ feature, Sarah Blackman spoke to a panel of retail analysts about what they predict will be the biggest talking points in 2014, and what traders can do to stay on top of their game going forward.
LONDON, England - Marks & Spencer, Britain's biggest clothing retailer will attempt to drive Christmas trading by holding a rare one-day sale on Saturday, cutting prices on all non-food items by 30 percent, a source close to the company told Reuters.
Department store John Lewis recorded a 9.7% rise in consumer spending in the week to 22 December compared to a week earlier, driven partly by lingerie sales.
Wedding has teamed up with luxury lingerie brand Gossard to offer 20% off its collection, so you can shop for the perfect set, safe in the knowledge this will be one area where you¡¯ll come in well within budget. Designed to take brides from wedding night to honeymoon, Gossard¡¯s new SS14 collection introduces new bridal styles in its best-selling Retrolution and Femme Fatale ranges.
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