Retailers on edge as sales dive at fastest pace since the financial crisis

Retailers on edge as sales dive at fastest pace since the financial crisis:

More retailers reported falling sales this month than at any point since March 2009 as British shoppers cut back on spending in food shops, department stores and furnishing specialists.

Prices are rising faster than wages, squeezing the finances of many households and denting their ability to buy more in the shops.

H/t reader Squodgy:

“I wonder what’s going on to cause this?????? Erm….”

British shoppers already have everything (that they are told) they need to have or is it shopping fatigue, which needs to be treated with Ablify?

Can’t think of any other reasons. Haha.

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