Scottish Daily Mail
‘Swung like a yo-yo’
ering 24-hour openings in the run- up to Christmas and whether trading was promising in the first couple of days of reopenings.
Susannah Streeter, senior investment and markets analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said: ‘Sales at Primark have swung like a yo-yo this year but ultimately its fashionable, low-cost model kept customers queuing round the block when shops have reopened.’
ABF could also give an indication of how its booming food businesses have fared with the latest closures of pubs and restaurants.
Although Primark gets all the attention, ABF also owns Twinings, Kingsmill bread, Dorset Cereals and Blue Dragon cooking sauces.