Carrying Christmas and holiday merchandise won’t be the only requirement for keeping merry customers and ensuring holiday profits this year. It’s true that wholesalers and the retailers they supply have been stocking shelves earlier and earlier each year, chasing the estimated $450 billion in holiday spending. However, since experiencing economic turmoil, increasing gas prices, and […]
In yet another sign consumers are ready to spend again, the NRF says lovers and others will spend 11 percent more this year on February 14th.
In an encouraging sign for a growing economy, an industry report says shoppers will spend heavily for February 14th.
High sales activity from Christmas continues as buyers sniff out reduced-price offerings.
With the economy still crunching some folks, more consumers are paying cash for gifts and sticking to a budget.
Research firm sees consumers as more willing to go online and spend this Christmas season. The question is, are retailers ready?
Although consumers are not convinced the worst is over, published reports say many will be giving gifts that people ‘want’ rather than ‘need’
Consumers will return to the stores this holiday season despite the ongoing gloom & doom. Research finds they’re ready to spend again.
Good news for retailers: Sales this holiday season are expected to be up a healthy 2.3%.
Having had enough of feeling down, NRF says Americans will be spending large on spooky holiday this year.