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Trinity Leeds welcomes in first birthday with 22m visitors

Land Securities’ Trinity Leeds centre is gearing up for some first birthday festivities when it celebrates being a year old on Friday.

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UK online sales up by 22% for February

Wet weather and stormy forecasts encouraged shoppers to fill virtual baskets instead as online retailers saw sales rise by 22 per cent for February.

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Carrefour profits up 5.3% for 2013

The world’s second largest retailer saw a 5.3 per cent rise in recurring operating income last year, thanks to strong improvement in profitability of its domestic French business, and growth in Latin America.

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Now Westfield could be next in line for a London listing as sales rise in capital's centres

Australian shopping centre giant Westfield yesterday revealed it could be considering a listing in London after separating its Australian and international businesses.

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Uniqlo to open a store at Changi Airport

Uniqlo is expecting to launch a 3,900 square foot store at one of the world’s busiest airports, Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 1.

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H&M plows on with expansion despite missing profit forecasts

The world’s second biggest fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz will continue with its ambitious expansion plans for 2014, despite missing out on profit forecasts in its final quarter.

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Carrefour signs on Klépierre malls

Carrefour has signed a binding agreement to buy 127 Klépierre stores as it looks to reboot its struggling portfolio of European stores.

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Amazon expects high tide of Christmas shopping

The US international e-commerce retailer, Amazon, is reported to be looking forward to a very busy Christmas Day.

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'Manic Monday’ hits as retailers face biggest shopping day of the year

It won’t be just another manic Monday today as retail experts predict the 23rd December to be the biggest shopping day of the year.

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BRC finds November retail sales are slow off the mark

British retail sales grew just 2.3 per cent year-on-year in November, slowing down from October’s 2.6 per cent rate of growth and well behind the average of more than 3 per cent seen during the summer months of the year.

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