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Number of Aussies using digital payment hits 14.5 million

Most Australians are now using digital payment, according to new research from Roy Morgan. This research unveils that more than 14.5 million Australians aged 14 and older (71.7 per cent) use digital payment in a 12-month period. “The way in which we make payments is evolving quickly,” Roy Morgan CEO …

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Coles and Woolworths hold lion’s share of fresh meat

Analysis of long-term market trends by Roy Morgan shows that Australia’s two largest supermarkets captured more than 50 per cent of Australia’s $13 billion+ fresh meat market between them in 2017. Market leader Woolworths Group with a 26.5 per cent share, up 1.1 percentage points since 2016, and Coles Group …

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Less-than-stellar retail figures for January

New figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) showed a modest 2.09 per cent total growth year on year for January 2018 trade. Executive Director for the Australia Retailers Association (ARA) Russell Zimmerman says the ARA and Roy Morgan post-Christmas sales predictions are close to the actual post-Christmas …

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Confidence in future economic conditions drops

The results of the latest ANZ-Roy Morgan Australian Consumer Confidence survey are bleak, with optimism over future economic conditions continuing to fall. According to the data, consumer confidence dropped by 0.6 per cent in the week ending September 24. “Consumers’ views towards current economic conditions remained unchanged (up 0.1 per …

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Retailers not so tech savvy

Those making tech-related decisions in the retail industry are among the slowest adopters of new technologies themselves, according to research from Roy Morgan. Three-and-a-half million Australians are involved in making decisions about the expenditure of their organisation in a year, 1.8 million of whom decide on investments in computers and …

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