Some 212M shoppers went to stores and websites over Thanksgiving weekend, 6.4% more than last...


Some 212M shoppers went to stores and websites over Thanksgiving weekend, 6.4% more than last year, and spent an average of $365.34, the National Retail Federation says. Consumer sentiment has been rising, and anecdotal evidence suggests that people are less worried about losing their jobs. WMT -0.4%, TGT -0.9%, BBY -1.3%, KSS -0.7%, SKS +0.1%.
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  • coloneldebugger
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    maybe, or maybe like a junkie who is hooked on credit the american spenders have fallen off the wagon.
    29 Nov 2010, 09:46 AM Reply Like
  • KTS
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    More people went to stores yet expenditures were only up .3%.

     

    It's as if we fell off a cliff and caught a branch on the way down and are have been holding on for dear life for the past year.
    29 Nov 2010, 09:51 AM Reply Like
  • coloneldebugger
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    wile e. coyote waiting for the branch to get sheared off by a falling plane.
    29 Nov 2010, 09:53 AM Reply Like
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