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TheStreet's Brian Sozzi spots top trends that have emerged so far at the start of the holiday shopping season.
A look at the surprising merchandise the retailer is seeing strength in thus far in the holiday shopping season.
The pricier items shoppers were buying at Macy's on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday are a sign the U.S. economy is stronger than last year.
The resurgent department store J.C. Penney did well on Thanksgiving and 'feels busier' than last year, one store employee said.
Shoppers crowded Target on Thanksgiving, buying high-margin items like iPads and Beats by Dre Solo headphones.
Mobile shopping has caused continued traffic declines to the nation's malls this year, something reflected in the sales and profits of Abercrombie & Fitch and J.C. Penney.
An unclear vision for a company, often due to the arrival of new execs or internal turmoil, is always a big risk for a company's financial outlook.
Remember Sears? Not many do, as evidenced by this year's financial results.
American Eagle Outfitters shares have gained an impressive 28% in the past six months.
Kohl's is struggling, while Target and J.C. Penney are experiencing revivals of sorts.