Trends and Analysis


Trends and Analysis

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Retail Stocks Fall Hard Tuesday

The S&P Retail Index ended Tuesday down 2.4 percent.

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Milan Buyers Upbeat, But Thrifty

Retailer buyers appreciated the sexy and strong silhouettes on the Milan runways.

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Fashion Crowd Buckles Down on Spending

Showgoers in Bryant Park, from the fashion set to heiress Nicky Hilton, discover frugality.

Web Sites 'Out' Deadbeat Stores

Vendors are anonymously posting their gripes about retail accounts on sites like

General Growth Debt Deadline Extended

Debt payments still loom for the real estate giant General Growth, which has a portfolio of more than 200 malls.

Cash Remains King for Credit Ratings

Fitch study finds outside funding harder to come by.

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Washington Stores Expect Boost From Obama

Inaugural events and crowds will bring in sales to retailers in Washington, D.C.

Holiday Hangover: Stores Slash Outlooks After Horrid Comps

When even Wal-Mart Stores Inc. falls short of expectations, the depth of the consumer slowdown can no longer be denied.

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Economic Storm Hits Texas

Retail projects are being delayed and 2009 forecast is negative.

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The Coming Fallout: Who's Vulnerable?

Niche brands, celebrity lines and small companies seen as fragile.

A Holiday to Forget: Retailers Experience Aftershocks

After Christmas, returns, rummaging through racks and racks of discounted apparel and self-purchasing ruled the day.

Consumers Pull Back on Holiday Spending

More than half of consumers are spending less on holiday shopping this year, according to a recent survey by Consumer Reconnaissance Inc.

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