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  • n. Plural form of electrical.
  • n. Electrical components of a device or its design.


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  • When it comes to more expensive items, such as electricals, even the most price conscious are still shopping online due to the lower prices the internet offers compared to the high street. --

  • Sainsbury's sells fewer non-food products as a proportion of its total sales, although the company is adding new space and store extensions to increase sales of clothes, electricals and homewares.

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  • On Wednesday, U.K.-headquartered Kesa Electricals PLC said it is considering a sale or joint venture for its struggling U.K. electricals chain Comet amid a deterioration in trading across its European portfolio.

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  • The cement business accounted for 60% of the company's revenue for the quarter ended June 30, while its electricals and the paper division accounted for 30% and 10%, respectively.

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  • "We have also seen several new sectors such as shipping and ports and electricals doing large deals," Ms. Srividiya said.

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  • U.K. consumer spending is being squeezed by high fuel and commodity inflation, tax rises and concerns about job security, all of which have conspired to shrink disposable income and put pressure on sales of nonessentials like the growing aisles of supermarket clothing, electricals, homewares, toys and books.

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  • It reflects a broader industry decline in sales of discretionary purchases, most notably consumer electricals which have already prompted downgrades and profit warnings from several national electronics retailers including Dixons Retail PLC, Comet owner Kesa Electricals PLC and Argos owner Home Retail Group PLC.

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  • LONDON—The strain the U.K. high street is under was reflected in double-digit sales declines at electricals retailer Dixons Retail PLC on Wednesday, although pessimistic investors showed relief the results weren't any worse.

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  • The economic downturn has swamped the electricals market more than the rest of the sector because of the discretionary nature of television, laptop and fridge purchases, and retailers are increasingly dependent on events like the World Cup, the Olympics and new technology launches to shore up ever-declining sales.

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