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Study: Kmart leads discount department store satisfaction

Wesfarmers-owned chain the only DDS to improve over last year.

Catalogues: customers love them shiny and easy to handle

Sponsored: survey reveals the aspects that matter to Australian shoppers.

Consumer confidence bounces back

Confidence up despite global political uncertainty.

ARA’s optimistic Christmas spend forecast

Retail Christmas spending tipped to top last year.

January spending to continue, says ARA

Retailers predicted to take $16.8 billion post-Christmas.

Aldi gaining on rivals

Aldi’s market share has more than tripled over the last 10 years, while Coles and Woolworths' hold continues to wane.

Retailers on top of satisfaction

Roy Morgan names clothing, shoe, and sports stores with most satisfied customers.

Australia’s favourite department stores named

Roy Morgan names the leading discount and department stores for customer satisfaction.

What makes a supermarket super?

Roy Morgan uncovers the top 10 factors likely to influence a customer on where to grocery shop.

Coffee shop of the year named

RFG owned coffee chain awarded top spot for fourth consecutive year.

More Australians buying eBooks

Australian eBook demand bucks global trend as online sales increase.

Business confidence slumps

Pessimistic economic outlook sees business confidence hit three year low.

Consumer confidence drops

Consumers more pessimistic with confidence at lowest level in five months.

Catalogues hit the mark with shoppers

Consumers still turn to traditional marketing methods when browsing and purchasing product.

Outdoor retailers in for merry Christmas

Categories expected to top Christmas wishlists revealed.

Consumer confidence lifts

Consumer confidence slowly improving leading into Christmas period.

Australia’s snacking habits

Research reveals Australians’ tastes tend more towards savoury than sweet.

More equals less

Cheaper clothes maketh the young men - more males spend less overall.

Kids shun stars

Businesses with an interest in connecting with children need to listen to what different kids believe, says report.

ARA predicts Christmas boom

Shoppers to spend $45 billion in pre-Christmas retail sales.