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Sainsbury's sales fall but Argos growth strengthens

Published on Thursday 16th of March 2017 07:24:57 AM in BBC

Sales have fallen at Sainsbury's in the first nine weeks of the year, but the newly-acquired Argos reported strong growth.The supermarket's like-for-like sales, which strip out new stores, fell by 0.5% in the period to 11 March.However, Argos sales rose 4.3%, resulting in a 0.3% increase ...

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