Trends and Analysis


Trends and Analysis

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Study Points to Retail Wage Gap

The gender pay gap in retail costs women nearly $41 billion annually, according to new report by Demos, a public policy organization.

NRF Balances Issues as It Rebrands

WWD talks to National Retail Federation's Matthew Shay.

ICSC: Sales Slump for Fourth Straight Week

Year-on-year trend is up 2.1 percent while weekly trend remains soft.

CBRE on Cross-border Retail Activity

Chinese tourists boosting Paris as the hottest global retail market.

Latest Shullman Affluence Study

Millennials prefer in-store buying to shopping online.

Tech Capex on Slow Growth Path at Retail

Retailers searching for momentum in the digital age aren’t necessarily putting their money where their e-commerce is, according to a new study.

Mexico's Grupo Axo Seeks Growth

The Mexican apparel franchiser with brands such as Tommy Hilfiger and Guess hopes to operate 2,600 shops and leap into the Latin American market by 2017.

ICSC Sees Apparel Business Pick Up

Overall sales trends soften in week.

Altagamma Study Sees Luxury Growing 6%

The luxury goods sector is expected to continue to grow in 2014, although at a similar pace to last year.

Consumers Squeezed, and Retail Feels Pain

First-quarter numbers reflected the tough winter weather in the first two months of the year and later Easter. But there are deeper issues.

Retail Apparel Prices Flat in April

Women’s apparel prices fell a seasonably adjusted 0.5 percent last month, while men’s prices declined 1 percent.

Trying to Slow Premium Denim's Skid

Steep declines in the category might be ready to moderate, but the need for new ideas has become more acute.

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