The Wall Street Journal

03 January 2013

Some retailers turned in disappointing sales in December during what is supposed to be one of their busiest months. The Wall Street Journal reported that extending sales and promotions earlier into November did not end up strengthening holiday sales across the entire season. “Consumers had a set amount to spend,” Kurt Salmon retail strategist Nancy Liu said in the article. “Just because they had more time didn’t mean they spent more.”

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