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Kingfisher sales rise by 20 per cent in the first half of the year

Kingfisher sales rise by 20 per cent in the first half of the year 2021.

Kingfisher sales rise by 20 per cent in the first half of the year 2021.

Kingfisher has increased its sales in the first half of financial year 2021/2022 compared to the same period last year by 19.9 per cent to GBP 7.101 bn (EUR 8.321 bn). After adjusting for currency effects the increase amounts to 22.2 per cent, like-for-like sales net of currency effects 22.8 per cent. E-commerce sales rose by 21 per cent. In contrast, compared to the same period in 2019 they have more than tripled (plus 216 per cent) and, as in the previous year, make up 19 per cent of the overall sales.

The only country with a negative sales development is Poland. Shops there were closed from the end of March to the start of May. The figures from the individual countries:

Great Britain and Ireland: GBP 3.570 bn (EUR 4.183 bn), +29.7 per cent, like-for-like +28.1 per cent

France: GBP 2.437 bn (EUR 2.856 bn), +20.2 per cent, constant currency +23.3 per cent, like-for-like +24.7 per cent

Poland: GBP 743 mio (EUR 871 mio), -5.0 per cent, after adjusting for currency effects -0.6 per cent, like-for-like -5.0 per cent

Spain and Portugal: GBP 196 mio (EUR 230 mio), +41.9 per cent, after adjusting for currency effects +45.5 per cent, like-for-like -45.5 per cent

Romania: GBP 152 mio (EUR 178 mio), +41.5 per cent, after adjusting for currency effects +47.6 per cent, like-for-like +19.2 per cent




|22 September 2021 | 10:54

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