Selfridges enjoyed a record Christmas trading period after posting a 10 per cent rise in sales, shrugging off the uncertainty being faced by other department store chains. READ MORE: Selfridges posts 11th year of record sales John Lewis continues growth after Christmas boom House of Fraser Christmas sales dip Debenhams’ disappointing Christmas prompts profit warning Fortnum & Mason achieves record Christmas The luxury retailer said the final week of its festive trading season, which covers four weeks leading up to December 25, particularly saw a surge in sales thanks to a 15 per cent year-on-year increase. In addition, footfall at its world-famous Oxford Street flagship also shot up six per cent in that final week thanks to its new accessories hall which opened in November.
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Selfridges outshines department stores with 10% Christmas sales rise