Christmas 2012 is now history but retailers are hoping that you aren't done with your holiday shopping quite yet. NBC News reports.
Money is moving out of retail stocks and into a few other sectors, the CNBC "Fast Money" pros say.
Don't throw out the holiday season yet. Mastercard's data show weakness, but we have yet to hear directly from the retailers.
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"What could have been a merry Christmas is going to turn to a ho-hum Christmas, and we can thank our, you know, politicians for getting in the middle of it all," said a retail analyst.
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The Americans are coming. And the Japanese and Europeans. Australia is being invaded by a swathe of foreign retailers, piling pressure on a local industry already battered by weak consumer spending and ruthless internet competition.
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The mobile shopping app Kickshop rewards consumers for just being in a store.
For the first time ever, Macy's will keep most stores open around the clock for the last weekend of holiday shopping.
While many believe the economy has improved compared to this time last year, Americans remain conservative in their holiday shopping plans.
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Among retailers poised for a profitable holiday shopping season, several names look to stand out in the sector, Durban Capital’s Steve Kernkraut said Thursday on CNBC.
U.S. markets were up overnight on optimism that a "fiscal cliff" deal might be possible. We'll see.
Despite some encouraging reports about Black Friday sales, one analyst sees a battle ahead for retailers during the crucial holiday shopping season.