Caution rules for capital's shoppers

October 2007
Cabinet Maker;10/19/2007, Issue 5560, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on developments concerning sales growth for furniture and homewares in London, England. The findings of the survey "Monthly Sales Monitor," from the London Retail Consortium (LRC) has showed that some larger purchases slowed because of consumer caution. It has noted that the retail sales in the capital for September 2007 were 6.8% higher than 2006, on a like-for-like basis, but down from the 13.3% year-on-year increase in September 2006.


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