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Consumer Confidence Falls in November

The Index is now at 88.7, down from 94.1 in October.

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Panel Laments Plus-size Challenge

Some $12 billion to $14 billion worth of business is lost each year due to not servicing the full-figured customer.

Chinese Consumers Seen Shrugging Off Interest Rate Cut

Consumer confidence will be minimally impacted by the surprise rate cuts unveiled last week by China’s central bank.

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L2 Study: Are Luxury Brands Avoiding Amazon?

The group is releasing a new study today that takes a close look at the luxury fashion vertical on the e-commerce giant.

Tourist Spending Rises 6.6% in October

A strong rise in spending by Chinese tourists helped offset sharp falls in Russian spending.

Russia Challenges France in Shopping Centers

The world's largest country leapfrogged over the U.K. to come second in a new ranking by Cushman & Wakefield.

NRF: Thanksgiving Shoppers Will Be Picky

Consumers are going to force retailers to work even harder to pull them into the stores during the holiday weekend.

Americas at Forefront of Growing Retail Property Market

According to Cushman & Wakefield’s report, New York’s Fifth Avenue is the world’s most expensive retail location.

Europe's Luxury Sector Enters Subdued Era

Bernstein Research predicts mid single-digit growth through 2018.

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U.S. Cold Snap Deepens Concerns Over Holiday

The coldest temperatures since the winter of 2013 blew through the Northeast and Midwest last weekend.

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The United States of Luxury

With the Chinese market cooling and Europe in the doldrums, the U.S. is looking more like the luxury El Dorado it used to be.

Analyze This: Retail's Data Saturation

The real path to the consumer’s heart still requires great merchandising.

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