US retail sales accelerated in September, rounding out a strong quarter of economic activity, but the recovery from the COVID-19 recession is at crossroads as government money runs out and companies continue to layoff workers.
British retail sales beat expectations in September to cap a record quarter of growth that took total sales volumes further above their pre-pandemic level, but rising COVID cases risk crimping demand going forward.
India’s Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas on Tuesday notified liberalised guidelines for bulk and retail marketing of petrol and diesel, offering new opportunities for foreign oil companies, including those in the Gulf, to enter this lucrative energy business.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) will cut a further 7,000 jobs, it said on Tuesday, as the COVID-19 crisis deals another blow to Britain’s beleaguered retail sector.
Two of the richest men in the world, Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com and Mukesh Ambani of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) have locked horns for dominance in India’s near trillion-dollar retail sector. Analysts say the outcome of the court battle
While we are stuck at home about to start our Christmas shopping, cyber week sales will entice many of us to scroll for the best sale prices. This year, Black Friday will, at the time of writing, not involve the familiar images of customers
US retail sales increased less than expected in July as consumers cut back on purchases and could slow further in the months ahead amid spiraling new COVID-19 infections and a reduction in unemployment benefit checks.
Brazil’s retail sales ended the first half of the year on a strong footing, official figures showed, surging back to pre-crisis levels as the easing of lockdown measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic continued across the country.
Shopper numbers across all UK retail destinations rose by 4.1 per cent last week as near 7 per cent jumps in London and the south east led a significant acceleration in activity, researcher Springboard said on Monday.