Growth in retail sales rebounds – CBI
Retail sales grew strongly in the year to April and are expected to grow at an even faster pace next month, according to the CBI’s latest monthly Distributive Trades Survey
Retail sales continue to grow but at slower pace – CBI
Retail sales grew again in the year to March, although at a slower pace, but growth next month is expected to rebound strongly
The three retail revolutions in the past 30 years
Much has changed for shoppers - and shops - since the CBI's distributive trades survey, which tracks UK retail sales, launched in the early 1980s
CBI’s retail barometer celebrates 30th birthday
Survey 'has continued to inform policy throughout the changing economic climate of the last three decades'
High street sales rise again - CBI survey
Retail sales grew strongly in the year to February, beating expectations, and at the fastest pace since June 2012, according to the CBI’s latest quarterly Distributive Trades Survey
New year retail sales growth modest
There was modest high-street sales growth in the year to January, according to the latest CBI Monthly Distributive Trades Survey
High Street sales recover their sparkle - CBI
Retail sales have recovered strongly in the year to December, bouncing back after two disappointing months, the CBI said today (Wednesday).
High street sales stall but growth expected to return - CBI
High street sales were flat in the year to October, disappointing retailers’ expectations for another solid rise, but robust growth is expected to return next month, the CBI said today
CBI/EC Harris unveil blueprint for delivery of next generation of UK towns and cities
The CBI and EC Harris today unveiled a package of measures for the public and private sectors to work together to unlock local growth, overhaul business rates and rejuvenate the UK’s towns and cities
Retail sales rise for the first time in five months
CBI says a return to modest high street spending is welcome news - but consumer confidence will not bounce back fully until family finances improve significantly.