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December shop prices fall as retailers battle for customers’ Christmas spend

Shop prices in December have dropped as retailers attempted to capitalise on last-minute Christmas shopping.
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No-deal Brexit could lead to 0.2% decline in Christmas spending

New research has shown that Christmas spending is expected to increase by just 0.8 per cent this year due to Brexit uncertainty
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First drop in Christmas spend for 5 years expected

Spend this Christmas is expected to drop for the first time in five years spelling bad news for retailers hoping to redeem a turbulent year with a strong final quarter.
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Qataris lead pre-Christmas spend

International spend experts, Global Blue today report that Qatari shoppers are leading the pre-Christmas spend this year, with astonishingly high average spend of...

Retailers enjoy £1.75bn Christmas spending boost

Shops across the country saw a boost of £1.75 billion in Christmas spending last weekend in what was the busiest retail weekend of the...

Christmas spend slashed by £792m

Cash-strapped UK households will spend £792 million less on Christmas this year than they did in 2011, a YouGov SixthSense report has revealed. The...

Exclusive:Christmas spend worry for 60% of shoppers

New research shared exclusively with Retail Gazette reveals that sixty per cent of British consumers are concerned about their personal finances in the run-up...
A new study by Which? has revealed which supermarket in the UK gives you more for your money.

Grocers rake in £12bn during Christmas as Brits spend their savings

UK retailers have raked in £12 billion after handing back tax breaks as shoppers spent their lockdown savings during the festive period.
Online spending is due to overtake physical store sales for the first time ever this Christmas rising to a “record-breaking” £39.41 billion.

Online spend to overtake high street sales this year in first ever “truly digital...

Online spending is due to overtake physical store sales for the first time ever this Christmas rising to a “record-breaking” £39.41 billion.
ICON Outlet at The O2 has revealed its like-for-likes sales jumped by 39% during the festive period from December 23 to January 5. In addition, Boxing Day set a new record sales day for the ICON outlet, bucking the national trend.

Icon Outlet bucks trend with footfall & spending growth over Christmas

ICON Outlet at The O2 has revealed its like-for-likes sales jumped by 39% during the festive period.

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Why leading retailers prioritize Pricing Fluency

The secret to a 2-4% profit lift over competitors Driving an agile, forward-looking pricing organization in the age of uncertainty requires Pricing Fluency. But what is...