Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Stooo » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:22 pm

Viper wrote:
Cannydc wrote:So, the Christmas period sales truth is out.....

A magnificent RISE of 7% in on-line sales.

Only a 4% drop in shop sales.

But wait.........

A 7% rise in online sales of £10bn = £700 million extra sales !!

Oh... but a 4% drop on £100bn = £4 billion lost sales :dunno:

Another Brexit / Tory success story :twirl:


Come on canny. You know the drill

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You have no credibility thus if you are putting up figures for discussion it is essential that YOU :link:


Is your maths broken?
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Viper » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:28 pm

Stooo wrote:
Viper wrote:
Cannydc wrote:So, the Christmas period sales truth is out.....

A magnificent RISE of 7% in on-line sales.

Only a 4% drop in shop sales.

But wait.........

A 7% rise in online sales of £10bn = £700 million extra sales !!

Oh... but a 4% drop on £100bn = £4 billion lost sales :dunno:

Another Brexit / Tory success story :twirl:


Come on canny. You know the drill

:link:

You have no credibility thus if you are putting up figures for discussion it is essential that YOU :link:


Is your maths broken?


No. I like to see raw data. Especially when its just some numbers scribbled down by ridiculously partisan lefties.

If its good enough for you.. :dunno:
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Cannydc » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:36 pm

Viper wrote:
Cannydc wrote:So, the Christmas period sales truth is out.....

A magnificent RISE of 7% in on-line sales.

Only a 4% drop in shop sales.

But wait.........

A 7% rise in online sales of £10bn = £700 million extra sales !!

Oh... but a 4% drop on £100bn = £4 billion lost sales :dunno:

Another Brexit / Tory success story :twirl:


Come on canny. You know the drill

:link:

You have no credibility thus if you are putting up figures for discussion it is essential that YOU :link:


"Major non-food retailers have already indicated that they are feeling the strain. Over the three months to December last year, sales of non-food items fell 3.7% - marking their steepest drop in five years, the BRC's figures showed."

"While retailers such as M&S, Next and Debenhams are still enjoying rising online sales – last year Debenhamns’ internet sales grew by 9pc to account for 15pc of total revenues - it has come at a huge cost and is eating away at their profit margins."

"High street footfall continued to disappoint over the holiday season, falling 7pc on Boxing day and 6pc in the two days before Christmas, with shopping malls the worst affected, according to HSBC."
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Stooo » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:41 pm

Viper wrote:
Stooo wrote:
Viper wrote:
Cannydc wrote:So, the Christmas period sales truth is out.....

A magnificent RISE of 7% in on-line sales.

Only a 4% drop in shop sales.

But wait.........

A 7% rise in online sales of £10bn = £700 million extra sales !!

Oh... but a 4% drop on £100bn = £4 billion lost sales :dunno:

Another Brexit / Tory success story :twirl:


Come on canny. You know the drill

:link:

You have no credibility thus if you are putting up figures for discussion it is essential that YOU :link:


Is your maths broken?


No. I like to see raw data. Especially when its just some numbers scribbled down by ridiculously partisan lefties.

If its good enough for you.. :dunno:


Yeah, maths. Do you do it?
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Stooo » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:43 pm

Cannydc wrote:
Viper wrote:
Cannydc wrote:So, the Christmas period sales truth is out.....

A magnificent RISE of 7% in on-line sales.

Only a 4% drop in shop sales.

But wait.........

A 7% rise in online sales of £10bn = £700 million extra sales !!

Oh... but a 4% drop on £100bn = £4 billion lost sales :dunno:

Another Brexit / Tory success story :twirl:


Come on canny. You know the drill

:link:

You have no credibility thus if you are putting up figures for discussion it is essential that YOU :link:


"Major non-food retailers have already indicated that they are feeling the strain. Over the three months to December last year, sales of non-food items fell 3.7% - marking their steepest drop in five years, the BRC's figures showed."

"While retailers such as M&S, Next and Debenhams are still enjoying rising online sales – last year Debenhamns’ internet sales grew by 9pc to account for 15pc of total revenues - it has come at a huge cost and is eating away at their profit margins."

"High street footfall continued to disappoint over the holiday season, falling 7pc on Boxing day and 6pc in the two days before Christmas, with shopping malls the worst affected, according to HSBC."


The same HSBC that has cut down branches due to online transactions.
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Snookerballs » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:44 pm

Viper wrote:
Stooo wrote:
Viper wrote:
Cannydc wrote:So, the Christmas period sales truth is out.....

A magnificent RISE of 7% in on-line sales.

Only a 4% drop in shop sales.

But wait.........

A 7% rise in online sales of £10bn = £700 million extra sales !!

Oh... but a 4% drop on £100bn = £4 billion lost sales :dunno:

Another Brexit / Tory success story :twirl:


Come on canny. You know the drill

:link:

You have no credibility thus if you are putting up figures for discussion it is essential that YOU :link:


Is your maths broken?


No. I like to see raw data. Especially when its just some numbers scribbled down by ridiculously partisan lefties.

If its good enough for you.. :dunno:


A link for your perusal .

https://www.drapersonline.com/news/footfall-plummets-in-first-weekend-of-2017/7017236.article
Apologies that was a 2017 post,

http://www.cityam.com/278099/shopper-numbers-slump-new-years-eve-consumers-shun-high
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Cannydc » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:44 pm

He couldn't deal with raw data if it smacked him in the mouth.

Let's face it, he can't even deal with actual facts - the idea that he could distill reality from raw data is laughable.

And you can quote ME as the link on that..
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Viper » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:45 pm

Cannydc wrote:
Viper wrote:
Cannydc wrote:So, the Christmas period sales truth is out.....

A magnificent RISE of 7% in on-line sales.

Only a 4% drop in shop sales.

But wait.........

A 7% rise in online sales of £10bn = £700 million extra sales !!

Oh... but a 4% drop on £100bn = £4 billion lost sales :dunno:

Another Brexit / Tory success story :twirl:


Come on canny. You know the drill

:link:

You have no credibility thus if you are putting up figures for discussion it is essential that YOU :link:


"Major non-food retailers have already indicated that they are feeling the strain. Over the three months to December last year, sales of non-food items fell 3.7% - marking their steepest drop in five years, the BRC's figures showed."

"While retailers such as M&S, Next and Debenhams are still enjoying rising online sales – last year Debenhamns’ internet sales grew by 9pc to account for 15pc of total revenues - it has come at a huge cost and is eating away at their profit margins."

"High street footfall continued to disappoint over the holiday season, falling 7pc on Boxing day and 6pc in the two days before Christmas, with shopping malls the worst affected, according to HSBC."


Clear and obvious shift to online. Who'd have thought :yikes: :gigglesnshit:
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Cannydc » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:49 pm

Amazing - he can read !!

We all knew that already. Sadly the rise in online sales gets nowhere near the losses in trade in the High Street.

It actually looks even worse when you realise that there was a decent rise in food sales (tho most of that was due to Brexit induced food inflation).

The rest are suffering badly - especially the smaller shops with little or no online presence.
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Viper » Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:04 pm

Cannydc wrote:Amazing - he can read !!

We all knew that already. Sadly the rise in online sales gets nowhere near the losses in trade in the High Street.

It actually looks even worse when you realise that there was a decent rise in food sales (tho most of that was due to Brexit induced food inflation).

The rest are suffering badly - especially the smaller shops with little or no online presence.


Who opens a small shop with little or no online presence in this day and age?
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby McAz » Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:08 pm

Viper wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Amazing - he can read !!

We all knew that already. Sadly the rise in online sales gets nowhere near the losses in trade in the High Street.

It actually looks even worse when you realise that there was a decent rise in food sales (tho most of that was due to Brexit induced food inflation).

The rest are suffering badly - especially the smaller shops with little or no online presence.


Who opens a small shop with little or no online presence in this day and age?

This bloke:

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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Viper » Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:02 pm

UK manufacturing output UP again! :twirl:

Highest for 10 years.

No doubt remoaners are in despair at yet more good news :gigglesnshit:

Brexit :cuppaT:
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Stooo » Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:05 pm

Viper wrote:UK manufacturing output UP again! :twirl:

Highest for 10 years.

No doubt remoaners are in despair at yet more good news :gigglesnshit:

Brexit :cuppaT:


I'm pretty sure that we haven't left yet.
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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby McAz » Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:06 pm

Viper wrote:UK manufacturing output UP again! :twirl:

Highest for 10 years.

No doubt remoaners are in despair at yet more good news :gigglesnshit:

Brexit :cuppaT:


Not at all - just wondering what it's got to do with Brexit - please explain?

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Re: Wonderful things happening after the referendum and A50

Postby Viper » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:56 am

Countries hammering on the door for trade deals

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5315524/b ... ade-deals/
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