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Morrisons to immediately pay small suppliers amid coronavirus pandemic

Morrisons to immediately pay small suppliers amid coronavirus pandemic

Morrisons is to set to make immediate payments for its smaller suppliers to help them during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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“I don’t think anybody needs to panic buy”: Tesco chair John Allan

Tesco chairman John Allan has said it can keep shelves stocked and withstand shopper hoarding as coronavirus induces panic buying
Coronavirus: Poundland owner postpones stock market flotation

Poundland owner delays flotation as FTSE 100 suffers worst day since 1987

Steinhoff has decided to hold off on a flotation for Poundland as the stock market endures its worst day in 33 years.
Giuseppe Conte Italy store closures coronavirus

Coronavirus: Italy lockdown forces retailers to close doors

Retailers in Italy have seen their stores shut as the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect the country's trading.
The Spanish fashion retailer Inditex has started to implement remote working to deal with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

Inditex begins remote working to prevent spread of coronavirus

The Spanish fashion retailer Inditex has started to implement remote working to deal with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Storms & coronavirus outbreak prompt record low footfall in February

Storms & coronavirus outbreak prompt record low footfall in February

February saw "unprecedented" record lows in retail footfall as a series of major storms and coronavirus kept shoppers at home.
German sportswear brand Puma reported on Wednesday that uncertainty around the coronavirus pandemic made forecasts for the full-year impossible following a hit in second quarter sales and profitability.

Coronavirus dents Adidas & Puma sales in China

Adidas and Puma have both reported a drop in Chinese sales in China thanks to the coronavirus outbreak.
WHSmith warns on coronavirus denting sales by up to £130m

WHSmith warns on coronavirus denting sales by up to £130m

WHSmith said it believes the Covid-19 outbreak could knock up to £130 million off its revenues for the current financial year.
Sainsbury’s Justin King shortages panic-buying coronavirus

Coronavirus: Ex-Sainsbury’s CEO Justin King warns of grocery shortages

M&S's non-executive director Justin King has reportedly called on grocers to prepare for likely shortages in their supply chain
Frozen food sales jump as coronavirus fears grows: Iceland boss

Frozen food sales jump as coronavirus fears grows: Iceland boss

Shoppers are turning to frozen food as the coronavirus outbreak spreads, Iceland managing director Richard Walker has said.

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