Forecasts and Analysis


Forecasts and Analysis

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Global Fur Trade on the Rise

According to a study from Pricewaterhouse Coopers Italy, the market has now been valued at more than $40 billion worldwide.

Made in America, made in usa, textiles, manufacturing, production, apparel, walmart, Wal-Mart, National Council of Textile Organizations, NCTO, Bill Jasper, Jay Self, Greenwood Mills Inc., Asia, Unifi, El Salvador, NAFTA, CAFTA, yarn, fabrics, Mexico

U.S. Production Momentum Faces Obstacles

Made in America is undoubtedly a growing movement, but there are caveats.

Retail Sales Slipped Last Week

ICSC and Goldman Sachs report first sequential decline since February.

Russian Tourist Spending Drops in U.K.

Global Blue reports that Ukraine woes and currency weakness contributed to a 17 percent decline in February.

Kearney Sees Growth Ahead in Sub-Sahara

Rwanda and Nigeria top expansion markets in firm’s African Retail Development Index.

ICSC: Retail Sales Gain Momentum

Weekly trends up on both year-on-year and sequential basis.

bank of america, terry lundgren, macy's, charles holley, wal-mart, michael koppel, nordstrom, michele scannavini, coty, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Consumer & Retail Conference, macys, investor conference,

Industry Execs Discuss Business Environment

A look at what retail and beauty executives at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Consumer & Retail Conference are focusing on as they charge into 2014.

Robert Passikoff, Brand keys, research, retailers, Sears, Wal-Mart, Kmart, American Apparel, Coty, Macy's, Victoria's Secret

Sears, Kmart, American Apparel Among Least Engaged Brands

In a new study, Brand Keys finds 10 retailers among 555 worst-ranked brands.

Retail Sales Up for Week

Promotions and hints of pent-up demand lift ICSC index.

Christian Dior, Sidney Toledano, Raf Simons, Robert Chavez, Hermès, hermes, retail, luxury, expansion, growth, u.s. market, american consumers, tourism, tourists, europe, brazil, russia, china, new york, nyc, soho, Robert Chavez, Buckhead, Atlanta, Kering, Gucci, Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Boucheron, Victoria Beckham, Versace,

European Brands See U.S. as Growth Market

Europe’s biggest luxury players can see a wealth of expansion potential in the United States this year — and beyond.

Consumer Confidence Drops in February

Present Situation Index at highest mark in six years.

Brands Boost Prices to Battle Weak Yen

Japan's economic growth appears to be losing momentum as a consumption tax hike looms and a weak yen ushers in price increases.

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