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Deflation weakens more as prices of fresh food creep up Subscription

12 Jan 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Deflation tumbled to its lowest level since mid-2014 over the Christmas period amid price hikes across fresh food

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City snapshot: High street sees first Christmas footfall rise in five years Subscription

16 Jan 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Continuing the surprisingly strong festive retail results of last week, the BRC – Springboard footfall numbers for December have found the first festive rise in high street footfall for five years. Plus a look at the week ahead and all the latest news from the City.

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April 'will serve rates hammer blow to small shops' Subscription

16 Jan 2017 | By Ian Quinn

The average small shop will see rates bills increase by £3,663 over five years, CVS research indicates

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City snapshot: High street sees first Christmas footfall rise in five years Subscription

16 Jan 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Continuing the surprisingly strong festive retail results of last week, the BRC – Springboard footfall numbers for December have found the first festive rise in high street footfall for five years. Plus a look at the week ahead and all the latest news from the City.

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City snapshot: Consumer spending growth slows over Christmas Subscription

09 Jan 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Consumer spending rose by 2.6% year-on-year in the festive period, though this represents a slowdown from a strong November according to Visa

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City Snapshot: Deflation eases again as ambient prices rise Subscription

04 Jan 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Deflation continued to ease in December, according to the monthly BRC-Nielsen shop price index, with overall shop prices down 1.4%

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Retail growth will stagnate under Brexit and Trump says KPMG Subscription

03 Jan 2017 | By Ian Quinn

Retail Think Tank members predict overall retail growth of just 0.5% in 2017

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Food retailers record fastest growth since January ahead of 2017 slow down Subscription

20 Dec 2016 | By Edward Devlin

Grocers have reported the fastest rise in volumes since January in the year to December, according to the business group CBI.

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City snapshot: Black Friday fails to halt retail footfall decline Subscription

12 Dec 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

Retail footfall fell 1% during November despite the Black Friday sales event, with high street footfall dropping for its third consecutive month

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City snapshot: Food drives November retail sales rise as Black Friday falls flat Subscription

06 Dec 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

UK retail sales were up 0.6% like-for-like in November, driven by a strong rise in total food sales as Black Friday failed to boost general merchandise sales. Plus the rest of this morning’s news from the City

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Autumn Statement 2016: UK economy wobbles as Brexit feeds uncertainty Subscription

23 Nov 2016 | By Edward Devlin

Chancellor Philip Hammond has warned that growth in the UK economy is set to slow down and borrowing will rise in the wake of uncertainty created by Brexit.

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Autumn Statement 2016: Snap industry reaction Subscription

23 Nov 2016 | By Edward Devlin

Following this afternoon’s autumn statement announcement by the chancellor Philip Hammond, here is a round-up of comments from industry figures on the likely effect on the UK economy over the next fiscal year

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Food-to-go market set to grow by over a third by 2021 Subscription

22 Nov 2016 | By Ronan Hegarty

IGD predicts the market will grow 34.8% from £16.1bn to £21.7bn by 2021

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Morrisons cuts unleaded petrol price to under £1 per litre Subscription

21 Nov 2016 | By Ronan Hegarty

The retailer is offering vouchers for a 10p per litre discount to shoppers who spend £50 in store

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Discounter growth falls to lowest level for five years Subscription

15 Nov 2016 | By Edward Devlin

Growth at Aldi and Lidl has slowed to the lowest level since the end of 2011 as Tesco and Morrisons have started to make steady recoveries, according to Nielsen retail performance data.

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Aldi makes debut in dine in for two battle Subscription

04 Nov 2016 | By Ronan Hegarty, Ellis Hawthorne

aldi dine in for two meal deal wine Aldi looks set to open another front in the price war by moving into the dine in for two market

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Shoppers still prefer high street for valuable purchases Subscription

02 Nov 2016 | By Ian Quinn

A report by Barclays also showed a growing demand for high street shops to adapt to modern technology

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Donald Trump elected US president: what are the implications for food & drink? Subscription

09 Nov 2016 | By The Grocer News Team

We round up industry and City views on trade relations, the impact on sterling and inflation

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Rising inflation has curbed spending power, reports Asda Subscription

27 Oct 2016 | By Ian Quinn

The latest figures from the Asda Income Tracker show annual spending growth dropped to under £10 

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Inflation: that's the BIG DEBATE in grocery Subscription

21 Oct 2016 | By Adam Leyland

The big debate is inflation. Not whether there will be inflation, but when, how much and where

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Trading disputes: the price of Brexit Britain Subscription

14 Oct 2016 | By Adam Leyland, Ian Quinn

As The Grocer revealed earlier this week, fmcg giant Unilever stopped deliveries to Tesco

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Post Brexit share price winners and losers Subscription

19 Jul 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

It’s been 25 days since the UK electorate took the decision to quit to the EU. The Grocer looks at who the share price winners and losers have been since the vote.

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Theresa May's priority must be to restore confidence in economy Subscription

15 Jul 2016

The swift confirmation of our new PM is welcome, but Theresa May must act quickly

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Brexit already dampening price deflation at the mults Subscription

08 Jul 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

Brexit is widely expected to have an inflationary impact on food prices



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