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Online sales take hit

Online sales growth eases to slowest pace on record.

Online spend slows

Online retail spending growth continues to slow.

Business confidence remains high

Consumers improve business outlook.

Online sales continue climb

Groceries, liquor drive online spending.

Business confidence still high

Things are getting better for Australian businesses, with confidence still at elevated levels and trading conditions on ...

Groceries, liquor drive online growth

NAB reveals online retail growth and sales for Australian online retail.

Christmas drives online growth

Local online spending gains ground in December.

Dollar rises on business data

Dollar boosted by surprisingly strong business conditions.

Business conditions near three year high

Latest business results indicate further rate cuts from the RBA are unlikely.

Online sales surge in 2013

Online sales push towards $15 billion in 2013, with local retailers receiving most of the benefit.

Bank transactions peak

Aussie shoppers clock 127 transactions a second on Boxing Day.

Sales to soar today

Today tipped to be the busiest Christmas shopping day of 2013.

Business conditions still flat

Business confidence remains strong but business conditions are yet to follow suit.

Online spending growth stalls

Local online sales spend slumps in August.

July online spending

Online sales take larger bite out of traditional purchasing.

Online growth slows

Australian online sales growth slows for second consecutive month.

Drop for online sales

Online spending in August down on last year.

Online sales growth slowing

Online shopping now equivalent to 5.2 per cent of bricks and mortar spend, says NAB.
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Online sales growth slows

Analysis of online spending by Australians shows growth is slowing - and the vast majority of sales are onshore.
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