TAKE A PUNT AND UNCOVER THE BARGAINS AT 21st NETLEY AUTOJUMBLE

August 22 2014.

The odds will be stacked in favour of the bargain hunters next month as thousands head toward the New Forest to rummage through the deals at one of the UK’s biggest bike autojumbles.


The 21st Eurojumble takes place at Netley Marsh, near Southampton, on September 5-6 and visitors could well hit the jackpot as they go in search of the parts, pieces, tools and accessories they need for their classic motorcycle projects.

The south coast location of the show, combined with its size, means that enthusiasts turn out in their droves from across the UK and the rest of Europe.

While the main focus is on British machines of yesteryear, a range of makes, models and eras are represented. Nick Mowbray, exhibition...
 
 
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RETAIL SALES FIGURES POINT TO CONTINUED GROWTH AND LOW INFLATION

August 21 2014.

Retail sales volumes in July 2014 were up 0.1% on the month and  up 2.6% on the year. Average prices of goods sold in July 2014 compared with July 2013 showed deflation of 0.9%.


Commenting on the retail sales figures for July 2014, published today by the ONS, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: “While the rise in retail sales was slightly lower than predicted, growth appears to be much stronger if you remove erratic items such as petrol. Overall these figures suggest that growth in the economy remains healthy and is likely to continue into the third quarter of this year.

“The significant year-on-year deflation in the retail sector reflects the strong competition amongst retailers and confirms there are no substantial inflationary pressures in the economy. The main priority for the government and the Bank of England must be to underpin the recovery and introduce balanced measures that support exports and investment.” 


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