Will High Inflation Make Black Friday A Bust?
14 days ago - By FOX News
It's Black Friday and while it's no longer seen as the unofficial kickoff to the Holiday shopping season, the day is still important to retailers. This year, with Americans coping with inflation and feeling on edge about the direction of the economy, there seems to be even more concern about how much consumers will buy in the coming weeks. Gerald Storch, CEO of Storch Advisors and former CEO of Hudson Bay Company and Toys “R” Us joins the Rundown to preview this year's holiday shopping season and discuss how he thinks both consumers and retailers will be impacted by inflation and supply...
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