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Economy not helping department store sales
(Jan 2019) NEW YORK — It was supposed to be a great holiday shopping season. Many investors had expected department stores to enjoy robust sales in light of a U.S. economy buoyed by low unemployment, higher wage

Strong economy does little to lift department store sales
(Jan 2019) NEW YORK (AP) — Many investors had expected department stores to enjoy robust sales over the holidays in light of a U.S. economy buoyed by low unemployment . Adding to the uncertainty is that invest

U.S. retail-sales data go dark at a tough time for investors
(Jan 2019) The answers will have to wait, as December retail sales won’t be released as scheduled Wednesday, Jan. 16, while the Commerce Department remains . more — not less — information is needed to assess i

Husker Athletics helping the Lincoln economy
on 17th of Jan 2019 A tight loss to the Spartans might not be great for . impact on the local economy. Around $59.2 million dollars in off-site fan spending alone. “A big part of the impact is of course the operations

Holiday Sales Spell Disaster for Nordstrom Stock
on 17th of Jan 2019 However, the department store chain . s unlikely to help Nordstrom dig itself out of its inventory issues. Not only is the firm going to struggle to get its full-price sales back on track

Macy’s weak holiday-season sales send retailers’ stocks plunging
(Jan 2019) Stocks of major retailers dipped Thursday on the heels of their 2018 holiday-season sales . stores by the end of October. “This is further evidence that the rising tide of the economy is not floatin

SD small towns hit hard by department store closures
(Jan 2019) The pending closure of Shopko department stores may have devastating effects on six South Dakota small towns that will suffer job losses, decreased access to basic necessities and sales . won’t help

Macy’s shares sink after it trims holiday sales forecast, drags down peers
(Jan 2019) but weakened during the mid-December period and did not return to expected patterns until the week of Christmas,” said Jeff Gennette, chairman and chief executive officer at Macy’s. The department sto

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