ONLINE RETAIL SALES INDEX

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Our NAB Online Retail Sales Index data indicates that the rebound in online spend continued in March, with a large jump in sales.

Our NAB Online Retail Sales Index data indicates that there was a rebound in online spend in February.

Our data indicates that there was a contraction in online retail sales spend in January relative to December.

Our NAB Online Retail Sales Index data indicates that, while slowing slightly, growth continued in December.

NAB Online Retail Sales Index data indicates that volatility continues in sales, with a jump in November sales after contracting in October.

Our NAB Online Retail Sales Index data indicates that after two solid months of growth in August and September, online retail sales weakened in October.

After a weak mid-year period, online retail sales continued to grow in September, albeit at a more moderate pace than the significant growth rate recorded in August.

Online retail rebounds after two weak months with the largest spend category Homewares and Appliances being a key contributor, although sales growth for this category has been relatively weak over the past year.

Our NAB Online retail sales index data indicates that sales growth was negative in July 2019, following on from an almost flat result in June.

Our NAB Online retail sales index data indicates that sales growth was negative in June 2019, following on from strong growth in May.

Our NAB Online retail sales index data indicates a return to sales growth in May 2019, after considerable weakness in April.

The NAB Online Retail Sales Index contracted -3.8% in April on a month-on-month, seasonally adjusted basis.

The NAB Online Retail Sales Index rebounded strongly in March with sales growth of 1.7% month-on-month, after one of its worst growth rates in the series history in February.

Articles posted by month