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With many consumers now returning and exchanging gifts and in a twist that can actually be a good thing for retailer sales. Frank Holland explains.
Amazon Echoes and Fitbits were popular stocking stuffers this year, if Apple’s App Store is any indication.
Joining us on the show is Dana Telsey, CEO and Chief Research Officer at Telsey Advisory Group, to talk more about which retailers are the big winners this holiday shopping season.
With the consumer driving today’s economy, the way folks are spending money now is different than couple of decades ago. Ylan Mui explains for us.
Frank Holland reports on the deliveries being sent right before the Christmas holiday.
Joining us on the show is CNBC.com Sports Business Reporter Jabari Young to talk more about Nike’s Jordan brand hitting its first ever billion dollar quarter.
In the month of December, consumer sentiment rose and shows more positive signs about the current and future economic conditions. But, will this momentum carry on to the next year? Steve Liesman has more for us.
Consumer sentiment rose slightly in December as President Donald Trump’s impeachment had a “barely noticeable impact” on economic expectations, the University of Michigan’s Surveys of Consumers said Friday.
Nike sees China as one of the company’s key markets and despite all of the tensions during the height of the China-U.S. trade war, the footwear and apparel company still grew its operations there. Seema Mody has more for us.
Steve Liesman breaks down the numbers for us on how holiday shoppers and consumers are spending more.
The value of returned online orders this holiday season are forecast to total as much as $41.6 billion.
Frank Holland reports on how e-commerce giant Amazon is reshaping the delivery industry with its free one-day shipping to its consumers.
This holiday season, sales are set to reach $1.1 trillion, according to a survey by Deloitte, and the typical shopper expects to spend more than $1,000 on gifts and other seasonal purchases, according to the National Retail Federation.
Shoppers will spend lots of money this holiday season, but are retailers giving them something to spend on? That’s the million-dollar question.
As online shopping becomes more popular over the Thanksgiving weekend, some retailers experienced outages amid the surge in traffic.