Trends and Analysis

Retail

Trends and Analysis

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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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Holiday Blues Already? Stores' Worries Grow

U.S. retailers' fight for the consumer’s dollar is only getting more heated as the push for holiday sales is already reaching a frenzy.

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Early and Aggressive Promotional Climate Has Retailers on Edge

With two weeks until Thanksgiving, executives are feeling uncertain about the looming holiday season and frazzled after what’s been an up-and-down 2014.

China's Singles' Day Set to Break Records

The largest one-day e-tail event in the world has morphed into an all-encompassing discounting spree.

Fears Grow Over West Coast Ports as Comps Hit

Retailers already concerned about weak demand as they head into the critical holiday season have a new concern: limited supply.

ICSC: Weekly Sales Sputter

Year-over-year gain smallest since early April.

ICSC: Weekly Sales Up 2.8%

Sequential improvement for second time in five weeks.

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Hong Kong Protests Pinch Retailers

The pro-democracy demonstrations that have lasted here for just over a month show no sign of coming to an end.

Rent Squeeze Points to Frailty of Spain's Retail Bounce

Many retailers could be forced to shut up shop next year when a 30-year-old regime of below-market-rate rents ends.

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Social Commerce: Wanting, Needing, Loving Online

Wanelo looks to crack the social shopping code.

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