Consumers are increasingly becoming more cautious with their disposable income, leading to a reduction retail footfall for the fourth consecutive quarter. According to the latest monthly Retail Traffic Index compiled by consultancy firm Ipsos Retail Performance, UK footfall dipped 6.9 per cent in September compared to August. On a year-on-year basis, footfall dropped 5.5 per cent last month compared to September 2016.
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Footfall falters in September