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Foyles Christmas Like-for-likes Edge Up 0.4%

Posted at 8:29AM Friday 10 Jan 2014

Foyles like-for-likes edged up 0.4% in December as the retailer benefitted from a last minute rush of shoppers.

Excluding the Mega Sale at the start of December, the festive period got off to a slow start for Foyles, with like-for-likes edging up just 0.1% in the three weeks to Christmas.

But the six-store retailer recorded a last minute rush in the final seven days to Christmas Eve with like-for-likes up 0.7% in the week.

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