Footfall update, wc Sept 28

According to the Experian Australian National FootFall Index covering discretionary spend retailers, foot fall  for the week commencing 28th September fell.

Last week, footfall was down on the previous week with a decline of 1.1 percent. Year on year, footfall declined by 0.7 percent, which was the first reduction since early June.

Year to date, footfall has increased by 2.5 percent in 2015 against 2014.

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