October 22, 2021
  • October 22, 2021

Retail trade

Pre-Christmas retail trade for 2021 is expected to remain stable year-over-year at $ 58 billion

by on October 21, 2021 0

Australia’s largest retail organization, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) and its strategic partner Roy Morgan predict this year’s pre-Christmas spending will be broadly in line with last year’s peak and significantly higher than spending before the 2019 pandemic. ARA-Roy Morgan 2021 pre-Christmas retail sales forecast forecasts aggregate spending to reach $ 58.8 billion, virtually...

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Pre-Christmas retail trade for 2021 is expected to remain stable year-over-year at $ 58 billion

by on October 20, 2021 0

Thursday, October 21, 2021 Australia’s largest retail organization, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA), and its strategic partner Roy Morgan forecast this year’s pre-Christmas spending to be broadly in line with last year’s peak and significantly higher than pre-pandemic spending in 2019. ARA-Roy Morgan 2021 pre-Christmas retail sales forecast forecasts aggregate spending to reach $...

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Return of tourism boosts July retail trade in Greece

by on October 13, 2021 0

Greater tourist flows to Greece in July boosted retail business with sales up 13.3 percent, according to findings released this week by the Greek Statistical Authority (ELSTAT). Specifically, the overall retail turnover for July increased 13.3% from July 2020 and 1.0% from June. The retail trade volume index also increased by 11.6 percent compared...

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Malaysia’s wholesale and retail trade saw double-digit decline in July 2021 – DOSM

by on September 10, 2021 0

KUALA LUMPUR (September 10): Malaysia’s wholesale and retail trade fell in double digits for two consecutive months with -14.7% to 92.7 billion ringgit in July 2021, as Malaysia s ‘is quarantined amid worsening Covid-19 cases, the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) said. Chief statistician Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Uzir Mahidin said the motor vehicle...

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Retail trade and services in the EU hit hard by Covid

by on September 7, 2021 0

The pandemic has caught most people off guard and in an attempt to tackle the pandemic, EU member states have implemented various measures, including restrictions on non-essential travel, the Xinhua News Agency reported. . Non-essential production has been halted and several countries have imposed regional and even national lockdowns that have further stifled economic...

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