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14 pc sales increase for ASOS

ASOS has seen a 14 per cent increase in its UK retail sales three months to 28 February and 13 per cent increase in total retail sales.

T-shirts and trainers drive online fashion trends

T-shirts and tops are the most common e-purchases with 46 per cent of shoppers purchasing them online while trainers are the most common footwear item with 72 per cent purchasing trainers online, according to Royal Mail.

Tough November hits margins at ASOS

Discounting in fashion retail cut average basket values at ASOS, driving up variable costs through both its distribution and warehouse cost lines, the e-tailer said in a trading statement for the first three months of its financial year.

£31.5m loss for House of Fraser

House of Fraser showed un underlying EBITDA loss of £31.5 million in the 11 weeks trading to 28th October, according to parent company Sports Direct.