Consumer spending still being squeezed as christmas approaches

Consumer spending still being squeezed as christmas approaches

Commenting on the ONS Labour Market data published today, Rachel Lund, Head of Retail Insight & Analytics from the BRC said: “While there are signs that the rate of job creation is now slowing, with total numbers employed falling in Q3 from Q2, the unemployment rate held at a record low of 4.3 per cent. […]

Shoppers saved £1.5 billion; thanks to supermarket price wars

Shoppers saved £1.5 billion; thanks to supermarket price wars

The grocery store price wars might not end any sooner, but it brings along good news for the shoppers. The market rivalry has been one of the major reasons for the constantly falling supermarket prices for over 12 months. According to analysts Kantar Worldpanel, shoppers have saved around £1.5 billion in their supermarket bills, thanks […]

Moody Monday, the worst shopping day of the season

Moody Monday, the worst shopping day of the season

The 28th of December is turning out to be the most awful day of the festive period, as indicated by a new study report. “Moody Monday”, as it is being named, is the day families are well on the way to contend over the holiday period. It is likewise the day that more than 33% […]