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Next's first quarter retail sales fall

Next has reported a 1.9 per cent fall in retail sales in the first quarter, blaming an unseasonably cold March. The UK retailer said poor weather stopped shoppers from stocking up on new summer ranges in March, which affected the overall performance of the first three months of the year. Sales pick

8 May 13 07:01

UPDATE 1-UK retailer Next's quarterly sales edge higher

LONDON, May 8 (Reuters) - Next, Britain's second biggest clothing retailer, posted a small rise in quarterly sales, with trade picking up after a slow start to its financial year as the weather improved. Next, which trades from over 500 stores in Britain and Ireland and almost 200 stores ov

8 May 13 06:37

British retailer Next's quarterly sales edge higher

LONDON, May 8 (Reuters) - Next, Britain's second biggest clothing retailer, posted a small rise in quarterly sales, with trade picking up after a slow start to its new financial year as the weather improved. Next, which trades from over 500 stores in Britain and Ireland and almost 200 store

8 May 13 06:14

Wednesday preview: Next and Sainsbury report

Next is expected to report retail sales growth when it unveils its first quarter results Wednesday, according to Panmure Research. The broker recommended a 'buy' rating, saying the UK retailer's online offering has put it in a prime position for growth. "Our 'buy' rating is based on our long term

7 May 13 15:42

RPT-INSIGHT-"Speed money" puts the brakes on India's retail growth

* India's $500 bln retail market growing at 20 pct a year * "License Raj" requires dozens of permits per store * Licenses often require bribes, along with official fees * Many retailers hire middlemen to handle backhanders By Nandita Bose MUMBAI, May 5 (Reuters) - Ho

6 May 13 03:28

INSIGHT-"Speed money" puts the brakes on India's retail growth

* India's $500 bln retail market growing at 20 pct a year * "License Raj" requires dozens of permits per store * Licenses often require bribes, along with official fees * Many retailers hire middlemen to handle backhanders By Nandita Bose MUMBAI, May 5 (Reuters) - Ho

5 May 13 04:04

Wednesday preview: Next releases first quarter results

UK retailer Next is set to reveal its first quarter results Wednesday - a month after posting annual profit growth. A slump in homewear sales is expected to drag on the company's performance, according to analysts at Credit Suisse on April 5th. The broker said although Next has started to priorit

30 Apr 13 15:27

British businesses back Cameron over "better deal" from EU

* Group backs Cameron's call for new British role in Europe * More than 500 business figures support campaign * They want looser ties; debate widens before 2015 vote * PM's pledge to claw back powers angered EU leaders By Peter Griffiths LONDON, April 22 (Reuters) -

22 Apr 13 12:32

UPDATE 1-EasyJet appoints Next chairman to head board

By Rhys Jones LONDON, April 17 (Reuters) - Low-cost airline easyJet said John Barton, chairman of British fashion retailer Next, would become its new chairman next month, as the carrier plans to expand its fleet. Barton, 68, who is also chairman of insurance group Catlin , will need

17 Apr 13 08:59

Wednesday newspaper round-up: BHP Billiton, RBS, Next...

Mining titan BHP Billiton has reiterated its full-year output targets despite a 'lacklustre' performance across several key businesses in the first quarter, writes the Financial Times. According to a YouGov poll, Royal Bank of Scotland should stay in public hands and not return to the private secto

17 Apr 13 07:04

EasyJet names John Barton as chairman

LONDON, April 17 (Reuters) - British airline easyJet on Wednesday named John Barton, the chairman of fashion retailer Next, as its next chairman. The FTSE-100 low-cost airline said Barton would replace Mike Rake on May 1, when Rake will step down from the role. Barton, who is 68, has

17 Apr 13 06:15

Next Chairman to take over reins of easyJet Chairman

Chairman of fashion retailer Next, John Barton, is in talks to chair low-cost airline easyJet, Sky News reported Tuesday. Barton has emerged as a contender to replace Sir Mike Rake, who retires this summer to become President of CBI, a business lobby group. easyJet is yet to confirm a successor

16 Apr 13 08:14

Next Chairman Barton front runner to chair easyJet - report

April 16 (Reuters) - John Barton, the chairman of No. 2 British clothing retailer Next Plc, is poised as the front runner to chair low-cost airline easyJet Plc, Sky News reported on Monday, citing a source. Sky News said Barton, 68, was on a shortlist of contenders vying to replace Sir Mike

15 Apr 13 23:18

UPDATE 3-M&S relies on food sales for growth as clothing struggles

* Q4 UK like-for-like non-food sales down 3.8 pct * Analysts had forecast drop of between 4 and 6 pct * UK like-for-like food sales up 4.0 pct * FD says firm has backing of major shareholders * Shares up 3.2 pct By James Davey LONDON, April 11 (Reuters) - Briti

11 Apr 13 12:28

UPDATE 2-M&S relies on food for growth as clothing struggles

* Q4 UK like-for-like non-food sales down 3.8 pct * Analysts had forecast drop of between 4 and 6 pct * UK like-for-like food sales up 4.0 pct * Total UK like-for-like sales up 0.6 pct * Shares up 3 pct (Adds detail, shares, comments from executives, shareholder and anal

11 Apr 13 09:16

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