An sold there shops They dropped 15.1% in September at regular prices, not giving rise to inflation, and in supermarkets fell by 7.9%, reporting today INDEC.
The two signs, are important to measure progress Usage, they met three consecutive months of decline in sales, in a situation of related decline in the country. At retail venues, they sold $ 5,749 million in the nineteenth month of the year, as long as they were supermarkets reached $ 24,307 million.
If the first nine months of the year, sales were sold at $ 36,449.5 million retail shops, which still go on. representing a 3.1% increase, despite those in the last three months. In supermarkets, they were at $ 239,156 million, with a year-on-year reduction of 0.2% compared to the same period of 2017.
On the other hand, although sales in supermarkets via the online channel increased by 58.7% in September, for now they are only 1.5% of the total . In the same month, sales at current prices – including women's total retail self-service stores totaling $ 6,209.1 million, which have a total of $ 6,209.1 million. representing an increase of 22% compared to the same month of 2017.
In the shopping centers, sales prices at current prices in September 2018 were $ 5,749.9 million, which represents a 17.2% increase compared to the same month of 2017.
Perfume and toys, what's still growing in shop shows.
In September, the items with the highest sales increase in the "Perfumera y farmacia" shops, 40.1%; "Other", 36.8%; "Player", 32%; "Volumes and basket paper", 31.4% and "Sportswear and exhibitions", 29.3%. In Buenos Aires, the items recorded the highest variations in the same period related to the one month of 2017 "Other", 62.5%; "Perfume and pharmacy", 38.2%; "Book source and basket paper" and "Juguetera", both 33.9% and "Sportswear and exhibitions", 31.5%.
In the conurbano, the biggest changes were in September in the same month of 2017, corresponding to "Perfumera and pharmacy", 44.2%; "Player", 29.7%; "Announcement, decoration and text for home", 28.5%; "Sportswear and equipment", 27.9%; and "Librera and paperwork", 27.7%.