In June 2020, the retail sector in Spain saw its year-on-year turnover fall by 3.3% , much more optimistic figures than the 20% decrease suffered in the month of May. The sector chains four consecutive months of falls in its turnover. Thanks to the de-escalation , which facilitated greater commercial opening, the retail sector managed to increase its sales by 17.8% in June compared to the figures for May, according to data provided by the INE .
Thanks to this improvement, Spanish commerce has linked two consecutive months of increases in turnover
Thanks to this improvement, Spanish commerce has seen two consecutive months of increases in turnover . Two months of rise that did not manage to cancel the significant declines in sales in March and April, caused by the declaration of a state of alarm.
The independent trade increased its turnover in June (compared to May) 16.3% behind the turnover of small retail chains that rose by 34.7% in the same month. Large stores led the recovery with an increase of 45.1%. The negative data is offered by the large chains, whose monthly turnover in June only increased by 5.7% compared to the previous month.
For its part, ecommerce continued along the lines shown in recent months, achieving an interannual increase of 71.2%, but the end of the state of alarm, which led to greater mobility, has led to a 2% decrease in the turnover of the business. online regarding the month of May.
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