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U.S. Day Ahead: Welcome to Black Friday!

Thursday, 22 Nov, 2012 - 01:59

Nov 21 - If you aren't in a food coma, then you are probably enjoying the best and the worst of American malls. Here's our guide to Black Friday’s winners and losers.

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Markets and -- a high -- heading into Thanksgiving now it's all about sweat and tears. Also have Black Friday if you aren't -- -- come up or glitch all game that you're. Doing the best and the worst of American malls. The stakes are high for the major retailers as they earn more than a third of their revenue in the fourth quarter and some are trying to get ahead of the game -- opening earlier on Thursday including Wal-Mart target and Toys 'R' Us. Analysts have become more bullish seeing sales growing by around 2%. That is still slightly weaker than last year -- two point 8% and we'll curious about the big retail winners and losers for the holiday period. Footwear and jewelry are sad to see the most growth -- -- locker and Tiffany leading the way there won't be much here JC Penney down. Looks like it will be the weakest performing chain store would still likely to all -- -- watering sixteen per cent. To blame the EO Ron Johnson's strategy of doing with coupons and focusing on boutiques idly by investing in brands. Investors feel Johnson's neglecting his old customers -- stock down over 50%. And started here is the fifth worst performing stock in the S&P 500 year to date. And drum roll please that's. For the Holland who looks like it will be -- according to new research from -- -- Apple's iPad is the most popular gadget that's followed by Amazon's Kindle fire and Samsung galaxy. The iPad mini and Microsoft's surface talent arts high -- yup you heard right. And let's face -- many may be hamstrung by its tiny at 329. Dollars. About 170 dollars more bad here and stay with insider and British TV for more on the big business numbers don't forget markets closed shop on Thursday and have an early close on Friday. I'm happy Thanksgiving and I'm -- on this is for hours.

U.S. Day Ahead: Welcome to Black Friday!

Thursday, 22 Nov, 2012 - 01:59

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