Friday, April 6th, 2012 - Roy Morgan Research
Roy Morgan Research in conjunction with the Australian Retailers Association (members nationwide) has conducted a survey of retail confidence for the coming Easter period. Results indicate that 71% of retailers surveyed expect poor Easter trade (29% expect good Easter trade). This is not surprising given a downward trend in consumer confidence, increased economic pressures and high fuel costs which are likely to result in a cautious approach by consumers over this period.
 
Roy Morgan Research in conjunction with the Australian Retailers Association will conduct a post Easter review to ascertain if consumers have behaved as retailers anticipate over the Easter break.

Retailers Sales Expectations for Easter 2012


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