UK: Festive sales rise 5.9% at Matalan
By just-style.com | 19 January 2009
Value fashion and homewares chain Matalan today (19 January) posted a 5.9% rise in like-for-like sales in the five weeks to 4 January, and said it managed to maintain margins over the festive period by avoiding hefty discounting.
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