Helen Dickinson, chief executive of the British Retail Council reports that storms Ciara, Dennis, and Jorge hurt retail sales.
Since the Covid-19 ‘draconian measures’ were implied by government, non-food retail footfall has fallen further and fashion sales in the high street is hardest hit.
The restaurant trade is down and, delivered fast food up. In the same period, Netflix subscriptions are up by 13%, although it’s assumed the mountains of panic bought dried pasta, toilet rolls, and hand sanitizers might inhibit viewing.
Online sales are tracking at 0.7% higher than the 12.7% forecast (KPMG) and, retail home deliveries increasing.
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