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NAB Online Retail Sales Index contracted in October, following on from lockdown enhanced strong growth in recent months.

Retail conditions in lockdown-affected areas have clearly been challenging for many businesses, but with reopening here, consumers are bouncing back and spending has returned.

The NAB Online Retail Sales Index continues to exhibit considerable strength.

Reopening in NSW, soon to be followed by the ACT and Victoria, should give retail spending a good kick along in October and November.

NAB Online Retail Sales Index continued to grow in August, driven by department store sales and three key sales states, NSW, VIC, and QLD.

Our data mapping points to another retail sales fall in August.

Covid-19 has accelerated digital transformation & consumer preferences. The lines between physical and digital are dissolving.

Lockdown passion projects spur online sales.

NABs data mapping points to retail sales falling substantially in July.

NAB Online Retail Sales Index accelerated in June, following the May rebound.

Recent lockdowns look to have dented retail spending in areas hard-hit in 2020, notably hospitality and clothing and footwear.

The NAB Online Retail Sales Index grew in May, after a contraction in April.

We look at the rapid rise of Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) sector.

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