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Australia retail trade figures show no sign of marked improvement in the April period, increasing only fractionally on the standard set by March. Does this spell more pain for the industry ahead?
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A 1.2 percent, seasonally adjusted increase for Australia’s retail industry in January, as announced by the ABS, has peak retail bodies cautiously optimistic.
The online sector appears to be trending towards stable, albeit modest growth with the latest batch of results released in NAB’s Online Retail Sales Index for January.
Promising growth in sales for both online retail specifically and the sector as a whole provides some confidence going into 2014.