The foreign exchange skills of UK retailers have not really been put to the test since the arrival of the single currency on the continent, said the British Retail Consortium. Six months after the arrival of the single currency, UK retailers have faced only a trickle of customers armed with euros at the checkout, despite warnings of an influx of the new currency coming in across the borders after e-day. A BRC spokesman said members had reported "no real domestic demand" for the euro. {{NEWS }}