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INSIGHT: Light at the end of the tunnel for Marks and Spencer? | Planet Retail

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So… more of the same from M&S in Q4, but this time with an interesting twist. For many quarters now the narrative has centred on declining UK General Merchandise sales overshadowing a sterling showing from the food business. To all intents and purposes, this performance polarity continued in Q4, although this did not necessarily leap out of the figures on first glance. In fact, the major talking point was that the company took the somewhat odd step of stripping out a figure for the clothing business.

by Stephen Springham (@stephenspringha)
Senior Retail Analyst

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Careful Carrefour must watch for winds of change

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Magic & Sparkle in short supply at M&S in Q4

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REPORT: Strategic Preview: Carrefour Q1 2014 (£)

Our Quarterly Strategic Previews include expert analysis and opinion on the top 3 grocery multinationals – Walmart, Carrefour and Tesco. From our team of international specialists, each report – published before the retailers release their quarterly results – provides a comprehensive overview on the major strategic shifts that may impact your investment plans

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INSIGHT: Customers in control, says Neil Ashworth, CollectPlus CEO (£) | Planet Retail

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At the forefront of many retailer strategies is ensuring they are effectively and seamlessly serving their customers across the multitude of channels that exist today. Even retailers like Morrisons and pound shops, which have long resisted, are now moving online, albeit not without their own teething problems. At the same time, pure-play retailers are recognising the need to establish a physical presence. Ebay is now partnering with Argos, while Amazon lockers are popping up across UK shopping centres, in Co-op stores and, potentially, in London Underground stations in the near future.

By Natalie Berg (@Natalie_Berg)
Global Research Director

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