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Strong Swedish retail sales in February

The extra sales day in February boosted Swedish retail sales significantly. The turnover increased by 8.7 percent from February 2015 to February 2016. Retail trade for consumables showed an increase of 6.4 percent, while durables increased by 10.8 percent. In constant prices and working day adjusted the retail trade sales volume increased by 3.9 percent in […]

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Swedish retail forecast set lower than 2015

After the strongest retail growth in eight years, the forecast for Sweden 2016 is 4.0 percent. ”Retail sales have grown every year since 1997 and will do so again this year,” said Michael Cronholm Consultant on HUI Research. Inhibiting factors like higher taxes and stricter amortization requirements, however, that growth will be lower than last […]

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Gothenburg the new hotspot for retail establishment

2.4 million square meters of new retail space in shopping centers and retail areas are planned in Sweden. This represents 14 Mall of Scandinavia or like the entire e-commerce would be converted into physical retail. Especially great is the interest in Gothenburg, according to a survey of shopping centers and commercial areas carried out by […]

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Swedish retail sales up 7.0 percent in November

The turnover for Swedish retail trade measured in current prices increased by 7.0 percent from November 2014 to November 2015. In volume, the Swedish retail trade sales volume increased by 5.2 percent in November compared with the same month last year. Retail sales for consumables increased by 2.0 percent while retail sales for durables increased […]

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Täby C awarded best Swedish shopping center again

NCSC Awards 2015 took place on Thursday evening at the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm. With a total of six nominees center won Täby Centrum, owned by Unibail-Rodamco, the award Best Swedish Shopping for the second year in a row. Jury said the price was won through a high pace of development and rate of change as several […]

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High domestic growth for Swedish e-commerce

PostNord’s E-Business Tendency Survey for the second quarter for the second quarter of 2015 reports an increase in Swedish online sales by 21 percent in the second quarter compared with the same period of 2014. The e-commerce survey for the second quarter will be presented in Borås on Thursday, writes Dagenshandel.se. Especially the sales from national sites is […]

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Swedish retail forecast: Strengthened household makes 2015 a consumption year

Households are still benefiting from low interest rates, low inflation, good incomes and high savings. Strong price trend on the stock and housing markets have strengthened households’ financial wealth in 2014. 2015 is thus expected to be a strong year for consumption and for retailers who receive every third crown that households spend, according to […]

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Durables are the strongest performer in Swedish retail – but setback expected

Swedish export growth is slow, but retail is driving for the Swedish GDP. HUI Research believes retail growth for 2014 land at 3.0 percent both this year and next. But this year’s developments for durable goods might slow down. “It is a challenge for durable goods to show strong performance also this autumn “, said HUI Research […]

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15 % increase in Swedish e-commerce

E-commerce in Sweden continues to have a growth rate of around 15 percent. This according to E-barometern for the second quarter. This means that Swedish e-commerce will reach 42.5 billion SEK in turnover in 2014. Toys, building trade and sports increase the most – while the retail fashion is affected by international competition. (more…)

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