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Nordstrom warns financial situation could grow distressed

A “Temporarily Closed” sign hangs in the window of Nordstrom Inc. store in the Midtown neighborhood of New York, U.S., on Friday, March 20, 2020. Gabby Jones | Bloomberg | Getty Images Nordstrom said its financial situation could become distressed if its stores stay dark for much longer because of COVID-19. The retailer’s assessment of this …

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‘This is an economic crisis’: why the pandemic could spell the end for British fashion | Fashion

The future of Britain’s fashion industry is in severe doubt due to the global pandemic, with 35% of young and upcoming designers looking as if they will not be able to continue their businesses past the summer. The findings, from the British Fashion Council (BFC) also predict that half of the entire industry could cease …

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Trader says one could be a better big-box pick

It’s a big-box breakout. Costco and Walmart shares are higher for the year, bucking the sharp market sell-off, with Americans stockpiling as coronavirus lockdowns stretch on. Though both have broken out, Oppenheimer’s head of technical analysis, Ari Wald, said one has the edge over the other here. “We like them both. We’re bullish on both …

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COVID-19: E-commerce cos resuming ops, clearing order backlog could take at least a week

E-commerce companies like Amazon and Grofers are gradually resuming services across various cities they operate in, but it will take at least a week or so to clear the pending orders, according to industry executives. According to a PTI report: E-commerce companies have been struggling to deliver orders after the government ordered 21-day lockdown, to …

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E-commerce cos resuming ops, clearing order backlog could take at least a week, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi : E-commerce companies like Amazon and Grofers are gradually resuming services across various cities they operate in, but it will take at least a week or so to clear the pending orders, according to industry executives. E-commerce companies have been struggling to deliver orders after the government ordered 21-day lockdown, to contain the …

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Amazon could be $3,000 per share in post-coronavirus world

Amazon may be the ultimate beneficiary in the post-coronavirus world, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday, suggesting the company’s cloud unit and e-commerce business are both positioned nicely to thrive. “I think Amazon could go to $3,000 in this market,” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.” That would represent a more than 37% increase over last month’s …

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Retail industry to have muted sales growth; recovery could be gradual: Report

Domestic retailers are expected to see muted sales in the wake of the lockdown and the recovery is likely to be gradual as it will depend on consumers’ income, according to a report. The retailers would have to cut back their discretionary spends and expansion plans, which include store additions in the near term, as …

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‘Could you buy a little less, please?’: panic-buying disrupts food distribution | World news

As coronavirus spreads in the US, many people are stockpiling essentials for what they believe will be periods of home confinement and panicked shoppers have stripped many US grocery stores of staples ranging from bread and milk to meat and toilet paper. But, in fact, the virus currently poses little threat to the integrity of …

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Coronavirus delays Amazon orders and could put sellers out of business

As millions of people are told to stay indoors amid coronavirus scares and grocery store shelves empty, Amazon is facing an unprecedented surge in online orders that’s causing delivery delays and certain items to run out of stock. Despite several workers testing positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus, its 110 U.S. warehouses largely remain open as …

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US could end up with three retailers — Amazon, Walmart, Costco

CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday he fears that the coronavirus-driven halt in the economy could leave the U.S. with only three retailers after the crisis ends. “If we come out of this sooner, then other, small businesses can open. If we come out of this later, there are going to be three retailers in this country,” …

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