UK: Sainsbury’s Q4 sales beat expectations, but not catching up with Tesco
UK multiple retailer J Sainsbury today [Friday] said that fourth quarter sales are growing healthily, with same-store sales excluding petrol up 6.8% year-on-year, when adjusted to exclude the impact of an early Easter. Total sales growth for the year to 30 March came in at 7.8%, while UK like-for-like sales growth adjusted for Easter was 6%.
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