Tiffany (TIF - Get Report) is trading down by more than 2% in Tuesday trading as soft consumer spending and "post-election traffic disruptions" at its flagship New York store weighed on holiday sales. The luxury jeweler said worldwide net sales rose 0.5% to $966 million from a year ago, while comparable-store sales were down 2% globally.
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