Retail sales growth cooled down last month as a surge in food and drink spending failed to offset a wider slowdown in spending
HMV and Game have both boosted their physical entertainment market share despite the sector struggling overall.
UK retailers suffered a major set back from the recent spate of hot weather, with footfall in July plunging 10.8 per cent.
The World Cup and heatwave cost the high street sales in July, seeing like-for-like sales drop for the sixth month in a row.
Shoppers have been spending more on average online than ever before, with half-year sales growing at the highest rate in 8yrs
Overall shop prices decelerated at the lowest rate in eight months.
John Lewis has taken the top spot of YouGov's UK brand health rankings for the second year in a row.
UK consumer confidence stubbornly remained sub-zero in July despite the positive vibes from the World Cup & Wimbledon.
New research from Visa has found that late-night shopping events are the most popular high street initiative among shoppers. Family and community-focused events and seasonal...
The British Retail Consortium has said that there is a seismic shift in retail employment underway after releasing its Retail Employment Monitor today. Examining the...