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  • Deloitte comments on latest ONS retail sales data
    Commenting on today’s ONS retail sales figures, Ian Geddes, UK head of retail at Deloitte, said Today’s strong year-on-year sales figures reflect the trend of rising consumer confidence, as indicated in the Deloitte Consumer Tracker.
  • Deloitte Consumer Tracker: consumer confidence heats up
    UK consumer confidence in Q2 2014 was four points higher than the same period a year ago (from -10 in Q2 2013 to -6 in Q2 2014).
  • Deloitte Consumer Tracker: confidence gathers pace across the UK
    The North of England*, Scotland and Northern Ireland saw a sharp rise in consumer confidence in Q2 2014, according to the latest Deloitte Consumer Tracker.
  • Deloitte comments on latest ONS retail sales data
    Today’s strong figures were boosted by Easter falling late and the further loosening of consumers’ purse strings, with people continuing to spend more in non-food sectors. There was also a strong bounce back in the food sector.
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    Affordability of long-haul travel affecting choice of holiday destination
  • Deloitte Consumer Tracker - Spring arrives early as consumer confidence on the up
    Consumer confidence has climbed to its highest level in over two years, according to the latest Deloitte Consumer Tracker.
  • Deloitte comments on latest ONS retail sales data
    “These results are a further sign that consumers are starting to release the handbrake on their discretionary spending, whilst continuing to keep an eye on costs when shopping for essentials.
  • Deloitte Consumer Tracker: Consumer confidence reaches new high in Q1 2014
    Consumer confidence has climbed to its highest level in over two years, according to the latest Deloitte Consumer Tracker.
  • Just 20% of high street shops affected by administration in last five years remain vacant
    Just 20% of high street shops affected by 27 high profile administrations since 2009 are still vacant, according to new research from Deloitte.
  • Deloitte comments on latest ONS retail sales data
    Commenting on today’s ONS retail sales figures, Ian Geddes, UK head of retail at Deloitte, said: “The strong start to 2014 continues.
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