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Meat, fish & poultry keeps inflation at four-year high Subscription

07 Sep 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Rapidly rising protein prices are keeping supermarket inflation at four-year highs, according to the latest Grocer Price Index

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Soaring inflation adds £273m to business rates bill Subscription

17 Oct 2017 | By Ian Quinn

The Retail Prices Index has rapidly increased from 2% last September

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Soaring inflation adds £273m to business rates bill Subscription

17 Oct 2017 | By Ian Quinn

The Retail Prices Index has rapidly increased from 2% last September

The new £1 coin

Aldi and Iceland commit to accepting old pound coin until end of month

13 Oct 2017 | By Emma Weinbren

“Hundreds of millions of the old coins” remain in circulation just three days before the 15 October deadline

Tesco has added two days shelf life to fresh produce including citrus

Tesco shakes up commercial team with changes to buying Subscription

10 Oct 2017 | By Ian Quinn

The retailer says it wants to create greater strategic and longer-term deals with fresh food suppliers

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City snapshot: UK consumer confidence edges up in September Subscription

29 Sep 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Consumer confidence in the UK ticked up last month despite increasing worries about personal finance, according to the latest consumer confidence index from GFK.

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BRC pledges to keep up pressure on government over rates Subscription

28 Sep 2017 | By Ian Quinn

The BRC has warned retailers are “staring down the barrel” at a £280m rates rise in April

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August retail sales top market expectations Subscription

20 Sep 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

The Office of National Statistics has found UK retail sale volumes jumped by 1% in August compared to July – a significantly higher figure than the 0.3% growth the market predicted.

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Liberal Democrats slam business rates increases at conference Subscription

20 Sep 2017 | By Ian Quinn

Government accused of betraying small businesses with £300m rates hike

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Beef, cheese and veg 'to soar 30% without zero tariff deal' Subscription

15 Sep 2017 | By Ian Quinn

Brexit could see the cost of items in a typical UK shopping basket soar by as much as 30%, according to the BRC

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UK inflation jumps to 2.9% in August Subscription

12 Sep 2017 Updated: 13 Sep 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

The UK Consumer Prices Index jumped to a higher than expected 2.9% in August from 2.6% in July, driven by record price rises in clothing and footwear.

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Retailers 'staring down barrel' of £300m business rates hike Subscription

12 Sep 2017 | By Ian Quinn

The latest Retail Price Inflation figures, published today, reveal that inflation continued to rise in August to 3.9%

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Aldi contributes £8.5bn to economy, report finds Subscription

08 Sep 2017 | By Matt Strudwick

The figure represents 0.5% of the UK’s total gross domestic product in 2016

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City snapshot: Supermarket price inflation remains at 2.4% Subscription

08 Sep 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Supermarket price inflation remained at its four-year high of 2.4% last month, with Tesco recording the largest increase in year-on-year prices. Plus Greene King’s share price plunges on warning over trading conditions, Diageo kicks off £1.5bn share buyback and all the latest news from the City.

Bacon and sausages feature, chilled uncooked meat aisle

Meat, fish & poultry keeps inflation at four-year high Subscription

07 Sep 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

Rapidly rising protein prices are keeping supermarket inflation at four-year highs, according to the latest Grocer Price Index

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City snapshot: Solid August retail sales defy poor summer weather Subscription

05 Sep 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

UK retail sales rose 1.3% on a like-for-like basis in August according to the latest BRC-KPMG Retail Sales Monitor to shrug off the recent wet weather. Plus, the FTSE slides on North Korea worries, McBride boosted by Danish deal and all the latest news from the City.

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Amazon price investment plan triggers global grocery fallout Subscription

01 Sep 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

More than $11bn was wiped off the value of the world’s largest supermarkets and food & drink manufacturers on 25 August

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The Grocer's view on the General Election 2017

09 Jun 2017 | By Adam Leyland

Let us be absolutely clear Mrs May. There is no clarity right now. Only confusion …

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Where now for the pound – and food price inflation? Subscription

09 Jun 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

So far, so Brexit. The day after a political earthquake, the value of the pound has dropped sharply while the globally focussed FTSE 100 is on the rise

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Keep investing and keep your technology options open

04 Apr 2017 | By Martijn Bertisen

Changes in business rates and unfavourable currency exchange are just two of the challenges facing retailers…

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How deep were the supermarket price cuts? Subscription

14 Mar 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

The latest Grocer Price Index signalled an end to the era of supermarket deflation as prices in February rose again on an annual basis after two and a half years of price cuts. But how deep were the cuts?

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Supermarket prices rising as curtain falls on deflation Subscription

09 Mar 2017 | By Alec Mattinson

The industry-wide deflation that has gripped the grocery market since mid-2014 fell back to zero in the month to 1 February

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CPI Inflation rise tops expectations as food deflation eases Subscription

13 Dec 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

The UK Consumer Prices Index has risen by 1.2% in the year to November as food deflation continued to ease during the month.

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Trade impact of Brexit remains a mixed picture Subscription

09 Dec 2016 | By Alec Mattinson

The UK’s trade deficit fell back to £2bn in October compared to £5.8bn in September. So a great success for Brexit Britain? Not so fast.

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