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The Experian FootFall National Retail Index is reporting an improvement of +0.8% Week-on-Week. The Year-on-Year figures are reporting a decline of -1.1%. The weekend is reporting positive growth of +1.9%.
The FootFall National Retail Index is reporting an improvement of +2.6% Week-on-Week. The Year-on-Year figures also reported an improvement of +1.4%. The weekend is reporting positive growth of +4.5%. There was a nominal improvement on Thursday 10thJune against the rest of the week, perhaps due to the public sector strikes on this day, where many...
Last weekend (5th/6th July) marked a moment in British cycling history, as the world’s greatest sporting event – the Tour de France – took to the roads of Yorkshire for the Grand Depart. There have been reports of millions lining the streets of towns and villages across the county, but did it bring out people...
The Experian FootFall National Retail Index is reporting a decline of -1.9% Week-on-Week, however the Year-on-Year figures show an improvement of +1.0% and there was +9.5% positive growth during the weekend.
The Experian FootFall National Retail Index is reporting growth of +2.6% Week-on-Week. The Year-on-Year figures continue to report a decline of -0.6%.
The group stages have drawn to a close in Brazil, with the 16 nations progressing to the knockout stages confirmed – but how has the tournament impacted retail traffic so far, and what can those left in the competition expect during the second half?
England’s poor performance in Brazil could be unexpectedly good news for UK retailers, as the nation’s footballing failure is having a knock-on effect for other sporting events.
The Experian FootFall National Retail Index is reporting a decline of-3.0% Week-on-Week. Year-on-Year figures are also reporting a decline of -2.5%.