Last quote by Sophie Michael
In a month when footfall is down, positive like-for-like sales figures demonstrate that shoppers are willing to spend. The favourable weather patterns in September cannot be ignored, particularly for fashion, but this result will be encouraging for retailers as we enter the final quarter of 2017.feedback
Sophie Michael has been quoted 5 times in 4 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Sophie Michael’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Sophie Michael speaks about are December and consumer, for example. Most recently, Sophie Michael was quoted in the article Christmas comes early for high street retailers as Indian summer pierces the gloom saying, “Two consecutive months of positive growth will be a welcome relief for retailers following challenges seen in autumn in prior years. Pulling off the best September sales growth for five years is a great result for the high street at the start of this critical trading period.”.
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Quotes by Sophie Michael
Oct 05 2017
Two consecutive months of positive growth will be a welcome relief for retailers following challenges seen in autumn in prior years. Pulling off the best September sales growth for five years is a great result for the high street at the start of this critical trading period.feedback
Jul 07 2017
Retailers will take heart from consumers' willingness to spend, but there is evidence shoppers are delving into their savings which is clearly not a sustainable position.feedback
Jan 06 2017
Coming at a critical juncture, this fourth negative December in succession highlights the magnitude of the challenge that lies ahead for 2017, when consumers will more keenly feel the bite of inflation and the weaker pound.feedback
Dec 10 2016
Consumer spending may appear to be robust for now as many people are having a final shopping spree while the economy is exceeding growth expectations. (But) the challenges facing retailers continue to mount, which will inevitably impact on retailers' costs and consumers' disposable income and the question is 'when' not 'if' the spending squeeze will come.feedback
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