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Retailers lower prices across China

Visual China Group | Getty Images A customer shows his iPhone XS Max during the launch of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max at an Apple Store in Nanjing East Road on September 21, 2018 in Shanghai, China. Apple's latest iPhone models are facing significant discounts in China as retailers try to sell the devices with difficulty.

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The Trump Customs War with China is prompting US retailers to buy

Trump announces new tariffs on China President Trump announces tariffs on another 200 billion US dollars of Chinese goods. Edward Lawrence of FOX Business reports on the exemptions included in the last round of bargaining. Concerns over US-China tariff wars are causing retailers to hoard stocks. Retailers stock Chinese imports of all kinds – microwaves, vacuum cleaner filters, swimwear and …

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US stocks close stronger on Cyber ​​Monday as retailers rally

US. Equities closed higher on Monday as retail stocks rose on expectations of strong sales as shoppers sought deals on Cyber ​​Monday. Stable oil prices and global equity gains also eased sentiment after a week of losses. What were the benchmarks? The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, + 1.46% climbed 354.29 points or 1.5% to 24,640.24 while the S & …

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Local retailers are in the limelight during Small Business Saturday

Heather Wong was ready to greet and reward customers on Small Business Saturday. Wong owns The Allspicery on K Street in downtown Sacramento and said it was the third time since opening in 2016 that was her little girl The Spice Shop participated in the annual event , which has gained importance in the capital region and elsewhere. Wong recalls …

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Old-school retailers stumble on vacations spend weekend

Matt Townsend, Leslie Patton, Kim Bhasin and Matthew Boyle, Bloomberg published 9:38 pm PST, Saturday, November 24, 2018 A buyer carries his Black Friday deals at a JC Penney store in Garden City, New York. A buyer carries his Black Friday deal at a JC Penney store in Garden City, New York. Photo: Bloomberg Photo by David Williams Photo: Bloomberg …

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Amazon beats the vacation plans of retailers

"It causes a lot of excitement among my clients: how do we address the problem of a minimum wage of $ 15?" says Craig Rowley, who directs consumer practice at recruitment consultancy Korn Ferry. "Here's a big employer announcing they're going to $ 15 an hour – not in two or three years, but right now." Retailers and freight forwarders …

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Retailers are trying to get Holiday Hole Left by Toys & # 39; R & # 39; Us to fill

Walmart Inc., aim Corp. and other chains provide more space for toys in hundreds of stores. A chain, which normally operates Halloween pop-up stores, opens dozens of temporary Toy City stores. Even Amazon.de Inc. plans to distribute toy catalogs to shoppers visiting its Whole Foods stores, according to toy manufacturers. While other general retailers are trying to increase their toy …

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Giraffe clothes are selling like mad at retailers

A Midtown "boutique" sells coats and giraffe shoes – part of a growing trend that is growing nationwide, even as the population of the majestic mammal fades into the wild, as announced on Thursday. More than 50 retailers in the US sell expensive shoes, dresses, knife handles and even giraffe Bible sleeves – and demand is rising, says the Humane …

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Why these patients, retailers and researchers say Canada should not drop medicinal cannabis after legalization

Some researchers, patient advocates and industry professionals say that Canada needs to maintain its own medical cannabis system after marijuana has been legalized for recreational purposes, even though the Canadian Medical Council should no longer serve as a goalkeeper. "It is simply a fact that cannabis is now part of the medical landscape," said James MacKillop, director of the Peter …

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Rite Aid, Albertsons face challenging times for retailers

rite RAD -11.49% Investors of Aid Corp. They got what they wanted when the pharmacy collapsed with grocer Albertsons Co. Now they count on Rite Aid executives to develop a new competition plan in a rapidly changing retail environment. Some investors are skeptical that Rite Aid can do it alone; others believe the retailer can regain growth by focusing on …

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