ICA stores – November sales figures

Sales in ICA stores increased by 3.5% in November 2017 compared with the corresponding month last year. Sales in like-for-like stores increased by 2.8%.

November 2017 January – November 2017
Store sales
excl. VAT
Mkr Change  all stores Change like-for-like       Mkr Change  all stores Chan ge like-for-like
Maxi ICA Stormarknad 2,834 3.9% 3.4%     31,279 3.0% 2.9%
ICA Kvantum 2,274 5.1% 2.9% 25,121 4.0% 1.9%
ICA Supermarket 2,744 2.1% 1.9% 31,403 2.5% 2.0%
ICA Nära 1,325 2.6% 2.9% 15,577 1.9% 2.1%
Total 9,177 3.5% 2.8%  103,381 2.9% 2.3%

In November 2017, sales in ICA stores totalled SEK 9,177 million excluding VAT, which is an increase of 3.5% compared with the same month in the previous year. Sales in January-November 2017 amounted to SEK 103,381 million, an increase of 2.9% compared with the previous year.

ICA Gruppen estimates the calendar effect for November to be +0.5%

At 30 November 2017, the number of ICA stores was 1,286. Store sales for December will be published on 10 January 2018 at 08.45 CET.

To see all publication dates in 2018, please visit ICA Gruppen’s website http://www.icagruppen.se/en/investors/calendar.

For more information
ICA Gruppen press service, Telephone number: +46 10 422 52 52

ICA Gruppen AB (publ) is a leading retail company with a focus on food and health. The Group includes ICA Sweden and Rimi Baltic which mainly conduct grocery retail, ICA Real Estate which owns and manages properties, ICA Bank which offers financial services and Apotek Hjärtat which conducts pharmacy operations. The Group also includes Hemtex. For more information see icagruppen.se


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