Retail Sales

Credit card balances drop second largest amount since 1999

by on May 30, 2021 0

Card balances are low, but that doesn’t necessarily mean better economy. U.S. credit card balances are down – path down. According to latest household debt and credit report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, credit card balances fell sharply in the first quarter of 2021. In fact, balances experienced the second largest...

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Latvia saw a recovery in retail trade in April / Article

by on May 29, 2021 0

In April 2021, Latvia’s seasonally adjusted retail sales increased 3.9% at constant prices compared to March 2021, the Central Bureau of Statistics reported. While sales by food retailers fell 0.8%, sales by non-food retailers (excluding automotive fuel sales) jumped 9.1% month-over-month, and retail trade by automotive fuel rose 1.2%. Compared to the previous month,...

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Statistics: Retail businesses have adjusted to restrictions | New

by on May 28, 2021 0

In April 2021, the turnover of retail companies was 656 million euros. Compared with April 2020, revenue increased 23% at constant prices – the increase was mainly the result of business enterprises and consumers adjusting to restrictions related to the coronavirus crisis. Jaanika Tiigiste, senior analyst at Statistics Estonia, said the increase in turnover...

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420 Hoilday Cannabis Retail Traffic Up 10% in 2021

by on April 22, 2021 0

April 20e, the “Cannabis Holiday” has historically marked the marijuana industry’s biggest selling day of the year. However, looking at the past 3 years, 4/20 has come across distinctly different climates. 2019 was a normal (non-COVID) year in which dispensaries Canada and legal U.S. states fought to be open by 4/20 and to source...

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