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abbigliamento in picchiata -31%. Recuperano ristorazione e travel

We buy little accessori and clothing, and but mangiamo e viaggiamo di più. This is the succo dei dati elaborati dall’Osservatorio permanent sull’andamento dei consumi nei settori ristorazione, abbigliamento e retail non-food redatto da Confimprese-EY. The study showed a slowdown in sales in the month of March 2022, which fell to -19.3% compared to March 2019, a pre-pandemic year. In picchiata il settore abbigliamento-accessori, che chiude il month to -31.3%. While recovering the settore della ristorazione (-8.7%) and soprattutto il travel (-18.6%). Forgiveness invece land non-food retail (-8.7%), i central commerciali (-25.8%) and the high street (-27%). The shopping di prossimità confirms the changed attitude of consumer acquisition with a contained decline of -7.9%, which I will think of as a trend or even consolidated for the future.

“The month of March – Chiarisce Mario Maiocchi, director Centro studi retail Confimprese – It shows a discreet recovery of the restoration, which should address significant problems related to cost and the availability of raw material and energy. Confirm, invece, a fortissima contrazione il share abbigliamento-accessori, which will further aggravate the situation. This scenario of this concern, also perche aggravated by the increase in inflation and the conflict in Ukraine, which puts Dubai as a soon-to-be-finished retail outlet. A signal of distension – Maiocchi specifies – arrives from the trip, which with a sustained decline of -18.6%, could well wait for a further recovery and is not likely to happen, which would be crucial for the evolution of the geopolitical situation if for that reason consumed”.

Mentre Stefano Vittucci, Consumer Products and Retail Sector leader of EY in Italy comments on this and this: “Il trend sui consumi degli Italiani degli Italiani de March 2022, paragonato allo estesso period del 2019, dun que un anno prima dello scoppio della pandemic, registered dati ancora negativi to -19.3%, with the record of the settore abbigliamento e accessori at -31.3%. Nonostante gli ultimi due anni abbiano profoundly changed the consumer habits of Italian, always più orientati a fare acquisti in modalità digitale, i dati ci evidenziano ache la volontà dei consumatori di return a valorizzare il proprio tempo libero. A trend shown by the travel price to -18.6% and the increase in consumption in the southern city, with Napoli registering the only trend with a positive sign in the Italian city at +35.4%, thanks also to all ‘opening of new punti vendita’.

Going into the details of the investigation, we see that in the geographic area, the state of the art confirms the flow with the Nord-est, which registers the negative trend at -28.8%, followed by the Nord-ovest -19.9% ​​in the Center -17.4%. Il Sud has maggiormente e abandona il double digit per chiudere a- 6.6%. The specific trend is negative if Rilevano per il Veneto -31.9%, Marche -28.9%, Piemonte -27.8% and Trentino-Alto Adige -27.6%. Increased però the region that risks to rimanere sotto i ten percentage points across Campania -2.7%, region with the best trend, Abruzzo -6.3%, Calabria -6.6%, Puglia -8.2% and Sicily -9.6%. Follow, a little distant, Liguria -10.5%. The other faticano regions will return to life pre-pandemic with Lazio -11.4%, Sardegna -12.8%, Lombardia -17.5%, Tuscany -24.7%, Friuli-Venezia Giulia – 25.8%, Umbria -26.4% and Emilia-Romagna -26.9%. Napoli registers +35.4%, positioning itself as the only city with a positive sign: a value that is possible even thanks to the opening of new points sold, which were not present in the city in 2019. Following Milan -4.6%, Palermo -6.2%, Genoa -6.8% and Rome -12.6%. I value peggiori if registered invece Venezia -35.8%, Bologna -34.0%, Firenze -28.6%, Turin – 27.6% and Verona -21.7%.

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