Trends and Analysis

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Trends and Analysis

German Retailers Forecast 2015 Pickup

BTE president Steffen Jost reported about 40 percent of the nation’s fashion stores are expecting a sales gain in 2015.

CMOs Puzzle Over Social Analytics Growth

Marketing executives still looking to make best use of digital media, Big Data.

Singapore's Changi Airport Becomes Major Retail Hub

If not for the roar of airplane engines, the Singapore Changi Airport could easily pass for an enormous luxury shopping mall.

Weaker Euro Leads to Uptick in Tourist Spending

Currency swings have unlocked new and lucrative opportunities for European luxury companies.

Indian Retail Market Seen Doubling by 2020

There's a surge of movement happening in the country's retail sector.

Brand Keys: Gap Grows Between What Customers Want and What Brands Deliver

J. Crew, Nike, Marshall’s and TJ Maxx, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Whole Foods, Amazon.com, Costco and Dick’s topped the survey.

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Brands Launch Special Products for Chinese New Year

It’s standard practice for brands and retailers to roll out special goods to commemorate the occasion.

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China Retailers Bullish as New Year Nears

As the country enters the Year of the Sheep, the outlook for retailers appears anything but sheepish.

NRF: Retail Gaining Momentum

The National Retail Federation today projected that U.S. retail sales will increase 4.1 percent, up from the 3.5 percent growth seen in 2014.

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Big Data Picks Runway Winners

Editd’s take on what trends designers should focus on to capture e-commerce customers.

Study Analyzes Firms' Profit by Segment

Wells Fargo analyst team quantifies weakness at Urban Outfitters.

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