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Malls' Revenues To Remain Lower Than Pre-Pandemic Levels This Fiscal, Says Report

Retail sales are expected to be 90 per cent of pre-pandemic levels for the second half of this fiscal, which may not warrant rental waivers

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Jaguar Land Rover Q4 FY'21 Retail Sales Rise Over 12 % To 1,23,483 Units

JLR's global retail sales stood at 4,39,588 units, down 13.6 per cent on the previous year largely due to the adverse impact of the pandemic

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PV Retail Sales Rise 28 Pc, Two-Wheeler Registrations Dip 35 Pc In March: FADA

Total registrations across categories declined by 28.64 per cent to 16,49,678 units last month compared to 23,11,687 units in the year-ago period.

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MG Motor Sales Increase Over Three-Fold To 4,329 Units In February

The automaker clocked the highest-ever production, bookings, and sales figures as it received a robust response for all its product lines including ZS EV, Hector, and Gloster

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UK Retail Sales Slump In New Lockdown, Borrowing Less Than Expected

Retail sales volumes fell 8.2% compared with December, a far bigger fall than the 2.5% decrease forecast in a Reuters poll of economists and the second largest on record after the fall in April 2020, at the start of the pandemic.

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PV Retail Sales Dip 4% In Jan As Semiconductor Shortage Impacts Vertical: FADA

Semiconductors are silicon chips that cater to control and memory functions in products ranging from automobiles, computers and cellphones to various other electronic items.

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Buoyant German Retail Sales, Jobs Data Belie Broader COVID Gloom

Retail sales rose 1.9% in November, when markets had anticipated a contraction, the Federal Statistics Office said on Tuesday, adding that it expected sales to have grown around 4% during 2020 as a whole - exceeding 2019's 3.2% expansion.

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UK Retail Sales Pick Up Ahead Of Christmas, January Plunge Feared: CBI

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Saturday a new tougher lockdown for London and nearby parts of England.

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COVID-19 Surge, Depleted Fiscal Stimulus Thump U.S. Retail Sales

Retail sales dropped 1.1% last month, with receipts declining almost across the board. Data for October was revised down to show sales slipping 0.1% instead of rising 0.3% as previously reported, adding a sting to the report.

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Japan Factory Output Grows For Fifth Month, Retail Sales Surge

Retail sales jumped 6.4% year-on-year in October to rise for the first time in eight months, matching a 6.4% gain expected by economists in a Reuters poll and turning around from an 8.7% drop in the previous month.

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Hong Kong September Retail Sales In Doldrums As Pandemic Curbs Spending

Sales plummeted 12.9% from a year earlier to HK$26.1 billion ($3.4 billion), government data showed on Monday, falling for the 20th month compared with a 13.1% decline in August.

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JLR sales up 50 pc to 1.13 lakh vehicles in quarter ended Sep 30

JLR sales up 50 pc to 1.13 lakh vehicles in quarter ended Sep 30

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BMW To Pay $18 Million U.S. Fine To Resolve Inflated Sales Probe

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV and its U.S. unit agreed to pay $40 million for misleading investors about its monthly sales figures to resolve a separate SEC probe.

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China's July Retail Sales Unexpectedly Slip, Factory Output Growth Steady

Retail sales dropped 1.1% on year, worse than a predicted 0.1% rise and compared with a 1.8% drop in June.

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Euro Zone Retail Sales Return To Pre-Pandemic Levels

The increase in sales was smaller than the 5.9% forecast by economists polled by Reuters, but that was largely offset by an upward revision of May sales.

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