No matter what, retailers still face a slowdown

Kidd, Andrew
June 2004
Cabinet Maker;6/4/2004, Issue 5391, p8
Trade Publication
Analyzes the effect of the currency inflation on housing market trend in Great Britain. Reasons for shoppers to defer furniture purchases; Forecast of the status of euro against the dollar for the second half of 2004; Implications of the decline in housing sales for the furniture trade.


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