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In the supermarket, buyers switch from stocking to penny pinch

US buyers make more trips to the dollar store. They fill up more than usual with items from store brands and reduce snacks and lemonades in convenience stores. These emerging data points, collected by market research firm IRI in recent weeks, could provide a preview of the next wave of grocery shopping during the coronavirus pandemic. They all have something …

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Mortgage applications from buyers increase 11%, signaling the lifespan of the spring home market

In the front yard of a house for sale in Columbus, Ohio, a sign reading “Open House” is displayed. Ty Wright | Bloomberg | Getty Images With some states reopening after the nationwide shutdown of the corona virus and the open houses reappearing, buyers are returning to the property market much faster than expected. According to the seasonally adjusted Mortgage …

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Shops are trying to get buyers to wear masks

However, retailers struggle to convince their customers to meet the requirements. Large chains still have to prohibit those who do not put on masks, even if the supporters of the work demand more protection for the front workers. Shops hesitate to anger buyers by rejecting them. For example, Wegmans wants to “minimize the likelihood of conflict in our stores” and …

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What item do buyers buy in week 5 in panicked coronavirus?

(CNN) – First went the hand sanitizer, disinfectant, and toilet paper. Now hair clippers and hair dye are flying off the shelves. In recent weeks, American buying patterns have shown how the coronavirus pandemic is evolving and affecting everyday life. “You can definitely see that the focus of the people who stayed at home has shifted,” said Doug McMillon, CEO …

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Tesla pricing model 3 with wider reach to attract more buyers from China

(Bloomberg) – Tesla Inc. has set a price for its long-haul variant of its locally built Model 3 sedans in China that is only 13% higher than its entry-level model. This is a sign that the automaker is setting competitive prices to achieve this, attracting even more consumers to the world’s largest electric vehicle market. The four-door vehicle is sold …

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Car sales are falling in the first quarter as corona virus keeps buyers away

Automakers reported a slump in new car sales on Wednesday as fears of the corona virus and home orders kept consumers away from dealers, adding to the problems of the country’s largest manufacturing sector. General Motors announced that sales decreased 7 percent and Fiat Chrysler 10 percent in the first quarter. Both companies stated that a significant decline in March …

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