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John Lewis Weekly Sales Figures For Last Week (to 30 May 2009)

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http://www.johnlewispartnership.co.uk/Disp...avigationId=819

Week 17

2009-10 £44.48m

2008-09 £48.44m

2007-08 £50.92m

Percentage increase

17th week to 30 May 2008-09 -8.2

17th week to 30 May 2007-08 -12.6

17 weeks to 30 May 2008-09 -5.3

17 weeks to 30 May 2007-08 -3.8

Selling branches Week 17 Up to week 17

Total sales (Ex Vat) -6.0 -3.3

Total sales (Inc Vat) -8.2 -5.3

Liverpool New New

Leicester New New

johnlewis.com 7.0 4.9

Knight & Lee 1.8 1.1

Glasgow -6.9 -6.4

Aberdeen -8.2 -3.9

Newcastle -6.8 -3.7

Edinburgh -5.0 -9.6

Cambridge -6.3 0.8

Peter Jones -3.9 -4.1

Norwich -10.8 -8.7

Sheffield -11.7 -7.9

Peterborough -13.8 -13.2

Trafford -16.6 -6.0

Watford -15.6 -13.2

Reading -12.3 -12.7

Oxford Street -3.8 -5.3

Solihull -16.4 -10.7

Welwyn -14.1 -9.7

Nottingham -16.3 -11.7

Cheadle -13.7 -11.6

Kingston -12.5 -11.6

Milton Keynes -17.3 -12.5

Brent Cross -14.5 -9.4

Southampton -16.4 -10.8

High Wycombe -18.9 -12.4

Bluewater -16.3 -9.7

Cribbs Causeway -18.1 -14.1

If it's sunny sales go down. If it rains sales go down.

Where are the green shoots at John Lewis ?

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If this week coinsides with half term which I think it does that would explain the downturn in figures.

Half term is always quiet.

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If this week coinsides with half term which I think it does that would explain the downturn in figures.

Half term is always quiet.

Erm, half terms are always mental in retail.

It's the sun wot done it. What mindless idiot wants to traipse round a beige marble-effect shopping mall when there's sunshine to be enjoyed?

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