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Britain’s Boxing Day Falls Short, Weighed Down by Shopping Patterns and Brexit

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Retail foot traffic fell 3.1 percent on Boxing Day in the U.K., declining for the third consecutive year, according to data from Springboard, a provider of insights on bricks-and-mortar retail activity. Springboard, which tracks customers throughout the U.K. using automated technology, said this indicates the lessening in importance of Boxing Day for retail sales. “Over…

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