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Kingfisher sales impacted by slowing trade in France and Poland

Kingfisher, the owner of B&Q and Screwfix, saw its like-for-like sales drop by 1.8% in its second quarter after trade was slower than anticipated in France and Poland. Total sales edged up 0.8%.

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H&M opens its largest store in the world in New York

Swedish fashion retailer H&M has opened its largest store in the world on New York’s Fifth Avenue.

Retail employment falls in second quarter of 2014

The equivalent number of full time jobs in the retail sector fell by 2.5% in the second quarter of 2014 compared with the same period a year earlier.

Retail sales rise in June

UK retail sales volumes rose by 3.6% in June compared to the same month last year.

New 'Dazzle' installation at Liverpool ONE

Following the launch of the 'Dazzle Ship' last month, Liverpool Biennial has commissioned a new ‘Dazzle’ piece by artist Carlos Cruz-Diez which has now been installed at the Liverpool ONE shopping centre.

eBay and British Fashion Council launch scheme for up-and-coming fashion designers

The British Fashion Council has partnered with eBay to launch BFC Contemporary, a scheme that supports up-and-coming British fashion designers.

Pullingers Art Shop crowned as Kingston's favourite independent retailer

Pullingers Art Shop has been crowned Kingston’s favourite independent retailer after members of the public were invited to cast their vote on Kingstonfirst’s Facebook page.

EE partners with Appear Here and BRC to launch pop-up shop campaign

Digital communications company EE has partnered with pop-up space marketplace Appear Here and the British Retail Consortium to launch the Pop-Up UK campaign which aims to help 3,000 entrepreneurs set up pop-up shops over the next three years.

Retail sales in Scotland edge down in June

Total retail sales in Scotland edged down 1.1% year-on-year in June as the cooler weather towards the end of the month impacted trade. On a like-for-like basis sales dropped by 2.6%.

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