Easy Living suffers falling newsstand sales

Conde Nast's new women's monthly Easy Living has been hit hard by declining newsstand sales.

Next month's Audit Bureau of Circulations magazine results are expected to reveal a fall of more than 10 per cent in its period-on-period sales.

But the title's increasing subscriptions base means its overall drop is unlikely to be drastically below the 171,038 August ABCs figure.

The National Magazine Company's recently re-launched She is expected to reveal increases in line with its 150,000-plus target and Haymarket Publishing's Eve will record a modest increase in circulation.

Conde Nast's Glamour will record a fall in sales, its second successive decline after a 1.7 per cent period-on-period decrease in the last ABCs.

Emap's women's weekly, Grazia, will reveal a modest increase on August's 155,157 figure. Closer and Heat will also report increases.

Emap's men's monthly FHM is expected to record a year-on-year decline of slightly more than 5 per cent.

Dennis Publishing's Maxim will post an estimated 15 per cent year-on-year drop. IPC Media's Loaded will be up about 5 per cent year on year.

The men's weeklies, IPC's Nuts and Emap's Zoo, are believed to be reporting increases of around 10 per cent.