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Retail sales up 0.7 per cent in January

Retail sales volume rose 0.7 per cent in January and advanced 1.5 per cent on a three-month basis, the Office for National Statistics reported.

The rise was driven by strong sales of household goods and the performance of the non-store retail and repair sector.

Household goods sales volume rose 4.2 per cent over the three months – the biggest increase since August 2007 – on the back of discounting.

Rising internet sales meant the non-store retail and repair sector recorded its biggest increase since records began in 1986, up 8.3 per cent.

Month-on-month, textiles, clothing and footwear recorded the biggest volume rise in January. Heavy discounting powered a 6.1 per cent advance.

The average weekly value of sales in January was £4.8bn – a 2.8 per cent rise year on year. In the three months from November to January, the value of food sales climbed 1 per cent but non-food was down 1.6 per cent.

Internet sales accounted for 3.7 per cent of total retail sales in January, generating sales by value of £178m per week.

www.retail-week.com

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Retail sales volume rose 0.7 per cent in January and advanced 1.5 per cent on a three-month basis, the Office for National Statistics reported.

The rise was driven by strong sales of household goods and the performance of the non-store retail and repair sector.

Household goods sales volume rose 4.2 per cent over the three months – the biggest increase since August 2007 – on the back of discounting.

Rising internet sales meant the non-store retail and repair sector recorded its biggest increase since records began in 1986, up 8.3 per cent.

Month-on-month, textiles, clothing and footwear recorded the biggest volume rise in January. Heavy discounting powered a 6.1 per cent advance.

The average weekly value of sales in January was £4.8bn – a 2.8 per cent rise year on year. In the three months from November to January, the value of food sales climbed 1 per cent but non-food was down 1.6 per cent.

Internet sales accounted for 3.7 per cent of total retail sales in January, generating sales by value of £178m per week.

www.retail-week.com

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