Saturday June 6, 2020

Retail: Some bright spots in a confusing market for investors

The monthly value of sales in the Irish grocery market last December bucked the trend by hitting a record of just under €1 billion, according to Kantor Worldpanel

31st March, 2019
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Changing consumer behaviour has thrown the retail market into disarray. The value of traditional shopping centres has plummeted across continents and uncertainty is a feature of the market here.

Despite that, the monthly value of sales in the Irish grocery market last December bucked the trend by hitting a record of just under €1 billion, according to Kantor Worldpanel.

The previous month (November) saw shares in DIY Group Grafton, owners of Woodies DIY retail chain,...

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