Scottish Daily Mail

‘Swung like a yo-yo’

- Hargreaves Lansdown · Primark Stores Limited

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.

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