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  • Bullish holiday shoppers are eager to spend

    Bullish holiday shoppers are eager to spend
    Holiday shoppers were back in force Friday, clutching gift cards, searching for deals, returning unwanted presents and feeling pretty good about the year ahead.
  • Women's apparel, dining drive U.S. holiday sales: MasterCard

    Women's apparel, dining drive U.S. holiday sales: MasterCard
    U.S. retail sales rose 5.5 percent from the day after Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve as solid demand for women's apparel, jewelry and casual dining offset surprisingly sluggish sales of electronics, MasterCard said in its holiday spending report. The...

    Shoppers In Post-Christmas Rush Say They Had More Money To Spend This Year

    Shoppers In Post-Christmas Rush Say They Had More Money To Spend This Year
    The sun-splashed sidewalks were busy, if not mobbed, at the Promenade Shops at Evergreen Walk on the day after Christmas, the traditional start of the post-holiday rush of returns, bargain hunting and gift-card spending. "We've got gift cards burning...

    Central Florida shoppers snap up after Christmas deals

     Central Florida shoppers snap up after Christmas deals
    Christmas is 364 days away, but that wasn't stopping Central Florida shoppers from spending Friday preparing for Santa Claus' next visit. "I want to change the color theme next year," said Jessica Powers, standing in the crowded holiday decoration...

    Big discounts, crowds, return fraud expected with post-Christmas sales

    Big discounts, crowds, return fraud expected with post-Christmas sales
    Retailers girded themselves for the second busiest shopping day of the year, but the day after Christmas is also known for something less beneficial to the bottom line: hordes of returns. Americans were expected to throng stores to give back unwanted...