- 79 per cent of shoppers will be going online to find back-to-school buys
- 90 per cent will be setting a budget
- 58 per cent claim they'll need 3 shopping sessions to find everything they need
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Wall Street ended the week higher, as a series of positive earnings from major S&P 500 companies kept investors in a buying mood.
Wall Street ends Friday with slight losses as uncertainty over the upcoming French election keeps investors on edge, while crude oil endured another sharp drop.
Stocks are mostly lower on Friday as positive earnings from industry leaders including General Electric and Visa could not fully distract from geopolitical concerns stemming from the upcoming French election.