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The affluence to shopping malls is on decline

The year to year evolution continues to show positive tendency according to Footfall

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According to the retail analytics company Footfall, the monthly affluence to Spanish shopping malls has decreased 2,8% during June, even though the year to year variation shows a 0,1% increasing. With June’s register, 2016’ first semester closes itself  having presented monthly evolution with positive tendency in the months of January (4,8%), April (3,2%) and may (1,1%), and negative evolution in the months of February (-24,4%), March (-0,7%) and June (-2,8%).

Regarding to the year to year variation, the first six months of 2016 show positive figures: January (3,1%), February (0,0%), March (1,9%), April (0,3%), May (3,1%) and June (0,1%). This way, the accumulated affluence index of Spanish shopping malls during 2015 shows an increasing of 1,5% compared to 2015. In the other side, the affluence index of that surfaces in Portugal is completely straight (0,0%) during 2016, after having registered decreasing in June in terms of year to year variation (-1,7%), and monthly (-3,1%).

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