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Online Sales Surge on Black Friday
Online spending hit record levels on Black Friday, whilerobust sales at brick-and-mortar retailers indicated the shopping bonanza’straditional side is not dead yet. US e-commerce sales jumped 17% to $5.03 billion on Friday,according to Adobe Digital Insights, a data...
Retail Nov 26, 2017 Rapaport News
Black Friday shopping
In-Store Holiday Sales Decline as Online Grows
Sales and foot traffic at physical stores in the U.S. fellover the Thanksgiving and Black Friday weekend as more retail business movedonline, according to the latest figures.U.S. store sales declined 4.2 percent and traffic...
Retail Dec 01, 2016 Rapaport News
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Black Friday Sales Gain from Thanksgiving Closures
Consumer foot traffic was flat on Black Friday halting the downtrend seen in previous years as more retailersstayed shut on Thanksgiving.While U.S. stores have opened in the past on theThanksgiving holiday, doing so took business away from...
Retail Nov 28, 2016 Rapaport News
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Diamond Retailers Cutting Prices for Cyber Week
Retailers in the U.S. and Asia are offering deepdiscounts on jewelry for Cyber Week to lure early-bird holiday shoppers viatheir ecommerce sites.Cyber Week, together with Black Friday, is theall-important curtain raiser to the U.S. holiday...
Retail Nov 28, 2016 Rapaport News
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U.S. Shopper’s Average Holiday Spend Forecast to Rise 1%
The average U.S. shopper will spend $462.95 on gifts forfamily members this holiday season, a 0.9 percent increase over the expense lastyear, according to the National Retail Federation and ShopperTrak.Buyers will spend $131.59...
Retail Nov 19, 2015 Rapaport News
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U.S. Jewelry & Watch Sales +1% to $7B in November
U.S. jewelry and watch sales across all channels rose a preliminary 1.4 percent year on year in November, the month that marks the beginning of the Christmas-shopping season. While the increase was disappointing, compared...
Research Dec 23, 2014 Jeff Miller
Shopping Mall
ShopperTrak Notes Spike in Thanksgiving Day Shopping
ShopperTrak noted shifting shopping patterns over Thanksgiving weekend as more stores opened again on what typically was a non-retail day, and majors opened even earlier than they had in 2013. Store visits on Thanksgiving Day...
Retail Nov 30, 2014 Avi Krawitz
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Super Saturday to Become Busiest Shopping Day
Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is likely to lose its status as the busiest shopping day of the year across the U.S., according to ShopperTrak Inc. The shift is largely due to what many call a controversial...
Marketing Nov 05, 2014 Jeff Miller
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Thomas Sabo Adopts ShopperTrak Analytic Store Solutions
Jeweler Thomas Sabo selected ShopperTrak to manage its retail traffic count and analytics across 86 standalone stores worldwide. The system will be used in 13 countries to provide Thomas Sabo with daily insights into store performance...
Technology Feb 05, 2014 Jeff Miller
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Retail Sales to Rise 3% in 1Q But Foot Traffic to Drop 9%
ShopperTrak anticipates that U.S. retail sales will increase 2.8 percent during the first quarter of 2014, despite its prediction of a 9 percent decrease in store foot traffic. "We will continue to see the trend of steady...
Retail Jan 13, 2014 Jeff Miller
NRF - Black Friday
Retail Sales -3% in Week Leading Up to Christmas
In-store retail sales fell 3.1 percent year on year for the week that ended on December 22 and foot traffic plunged 21.2 percent, according to ShopperTrak. “Bad weather throughout the country kept some shoppers...
Research Dec 24, 2013 Jeff Miller
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U.S. Retail Sales -1% For Week Ending December 15
ShopperTrak reported that U.S. retail store sales fell 0.8 percent year on year for the week that ended on December 15, while store foot traffic plunged 19.9 percent. Saturday, December 14, reflected...
Research Dec 18, 2013 Jeff Miller
NRF - Black Friday
Thanksgiving Weekend Consumer Spending -3%
U.S. consumer spending over the four-day Thanksgiving weekend that kicked off the Christmas gifting season declined 2.7 percent year on year to $57.4 billion as the average household budget afforded less and retailers...
Retail Dec 02, 2013 Deena Taylor
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ShopperTrak Tells Retailers to Promote Christmas Sales Early
ShopperTrak released its Christmas-season prediction today, positing that U.S. retailers will have to work especially hard to earn their share of the consumer wallet this year. The group, which analyzes shopper data, anticipates...
Marketing Sep 17, 2013 Jeff Miller
Shopping Mall
ShopperTrak Expects U.S. Christmas Retail Sales to Rise 3%
ShopperTrak anticipates U.S. retail sales will rise 3.3 percent during the November and December period, while foot traffic should increase 2.8 percent. Given that Christmas-season retail sales account for roughly...
Retail Sep 12, 2012 Jeff Miller
Mall
Value-Conscious Consumers Drive Black Friday Sales +7%
Heavy discounting and promotions helped to entice consumers to splurge on Black Friday as the Christmas shopping season began on a positive note despite lingering economic concerns. Retail sales on Black Friday alone, rose 6.6 percent year...
Retail Nov 27, 2011 Avi Krawitz
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ShopperTrak Predicts Slight Increase in Christmas Retail Sales
According to ShopperTrak, a provider of retail data on foot traffic, U.S. retail sales for the Christmas season 2011 could increase by as much as 3 percent year on year. However, ShopperTrak expects fewer shoppers will be visiting retailers in person...
Research Sep 23, 2011 Jeff Miller
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