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Retailers were offering 44 percent off on average, compared with 45 percent last year.
With brick-and-mortar retail in focus on Black Friday, Aegis Capital's Victor Anthony said Amazon still dominates the industry.
It wants further control of your shopping experience.
For Black Friday, the Instant Pot was notably marked down to $79.99 from $129.99 and included a $15 Kohl's Cash reward.
Shoppers had rung up $640 million online Friday as of 10 a.m. ET, Adobe said.
ProShares launched the Decline of the Retail Store ETF (EMTY), which rises when the stocks that make it up go down.
Macy's CEO Jeff Gennette said the retailer is a "better destination with better experiences," when compared with last year.
U.S. equities rose on Friday as investors placed bets on a strong holiday shopping season.
The "early indications" from the Amazon pilot are "very positive," Kohl's CEO Kevin Mansell told CNBC earlier this week.
The worst may soon be over for one beaten-down retailer, according to a portfolio manager.
By Thanksgiving afternoon, long lines of people were already forming outside of Target, Best Buy and J.C. Penney locations.
Wal-Mart was already running out of stock of some items online on Thanksgiving Day.
Retailers and malls are installing technology to track customers and collect data about consumer demographics, an IT service provider says.
U.S. shoppers splurged more than $1.52 billion online by Thanksgiving evening and turnout at stores also surged.
Yankee Candle's pop-up shop in New York is one of many trying to cater to experience-hungry millennials this holiday season.
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