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Winners and losers of Black Friday 2020

Black Friday 2020 was always going to be different.  Masks, socially distanced lines, limited foot traffic in stores — Black Friday this year was different both structurally and visually. This year, retailers collectively blew up the traditional start to the holiday shopping season. Instead of door-busting discounts, open doors on Thanksgiving and frenzied crowds, major …

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Coronavirus dividing winners, losers in retail

Levi Strauss & Co. CEO Chip Bergh speaks at the CNBC Evolve conference November 19th in Los Angeles. Jesse Grant | CNBC Levi Strauss CEO Chip Bergh said the coronavirus pandemic “will further separate the winners and losers” in the retail industry today. “The brands that are gong to win are going to be the …

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The Christmas retail winners and losers | Business

Winners Next Next emerged as a winner from a tough Christmas trading period as its slick online operation helped it exploit strong demand for winter coats and knitwear stoked by a cold November. The retailer reported full-price sales growth of 5.2% for the last two months of 2019, which was well ahead of its forecasts …

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’90s look is dead for retail, leaving stock winners and losers: Jefferies

(Credit: NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) The ’90s fashion revival has past its peak. Over the last few years, women ditched skinny jeans for the classic Levi’s style, Champion windbreakers flew off shelves and streaming platforms battled for the rights to the hit show “Friends.” This revival of 1990s consumer tastes put certain brands …

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TJX, Ross, Burlington benefit from ‘losers in the mall’

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday highlighted one segment in the retail industry he believes will work well in a portfolio whether the economy is slowing or thriving. The off-price retailers of TJX Companies, Ross Stores and Burlington Stores satisfy both consumers looking for bargain deals and real estate investment trusts, or REITs, looking to lease …

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