The latest retail sales figures from the BRC and KPMG


Retail sales fall 0.3% in July

Retail sales fell by 0.3 per cent in July compared to the same period last year as record low food prices and the threat of rising interest rates drove down sales.It was a similar picture from May- July in which like-for-like sales fell 0.2 per ce...
09:25AM - Wed 13th August 2014
Shoppers walk through Silverburn shopping centre

Retail sales in sharpest fall for over three years

UK retail sales have fallen 0.8 per cent in June compared to the same time last year as the grocery price war kept prices down.Adjusted for Easter distortions, this is the lowest rate of growth since May 2011, said the British retail consortium.En...
09:35AM - Fri 18th July 2014
image(c) Horrocks

Late Easter causes retail sales dip in March, says BRC - KPMG

The late fall of Easter has skewed retail sales figures from the British Retail Consortium and KPMG for March.Like-for-like UK retail sales were down 1.7 per cent against a 1.9 per cent rise in March 2013.David McCorquodale, Head of Retail, KPMG, ...
11:43AM - Wed 16th April 2014
Non-food online retail sales continued to surge in February. image(c)

Non-food online sales increase 14.3% year-on-year

Online sales of non-food grew 14.3 per cent in February year-on-year as consumers shopped from their sofas to avoid one of the wettest winters on record.The data from the BRC- KPMG online retail sales monitor showed that, excluding online, non-foo...
09:42AM - Tue 11th March 2014

Non-food online sales shows fastest growth in four years, says BRC

Non-food online sales grew by the fastest rate for four years, according to the BRC- KPMG Retail Sales Monitor.Online sales jumped 19.2 per cent in January 2014 compared to last January’s 13.5 per cent rise and now represents almost a fifth of tot...
05:03PM - Tue 11th February 2014
Shoppers traverse the streets in Central London. image(c) Freer

Retail sales growth in November slows, say BRC

Retail sales inched up 0.6 per cent in November on a like for like basis as consumers gave early Christmas shopping a miss, according to the British Retail Consortium.Although sales of footware and winter clothing picked up slightly at the end of ...
10:22AM - Tue 3rd December 2013
The vacancy rate has not increased over the last three months, despite footfall dropping by an average of -2.1 per cent. image(c) Muller

Worst footfall figures since beginning of year

Footfall in October fell by 2.9 per cent compared to the same period last year as figures showed the worst performance since the start of the year on a three month rolling basis.High streets reported the greatest fall, down 3.6 per cent, followed ...
06:22PM - Mon 18th November 2013
British retail sales grew slightly in October compared to September. image(c) Horrocks

Pre-Christmas sales gives small boost to retailers, says BRC

Pre-Christmas sales have given UK retail sales a small boost in October amid ‘encouraging growth’ after a disappointing slowdown in September, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has said.UK retail sales inched up 0.8 per cent compared to the same...
01:20PM - Tue 5th November 2013
One third of non-food sales growth came from online purchases in September Image: iStock

A third of non-food sales come from online, says BRC and KPMG

Online sales have represented the highest percentage of total non-food sales so far this year according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG.The monitor, which covers the whole of the retail industry, and featured detailed online sales ...
11:42AM - Tue 8th October 2013

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