By  on March 6, 2008

Luxury is hitting some speed bumps.

On Wednesday, Saks Inc. and Neiman Marcus Group reported healthy quarters, but the U.S.' top two luxury chains admitted they're feeling the recession, with slowdowns in shopper traffic. February same-store sales rose 3.4 percent at Saks, but fell 7.3 percent at Neiman's, some of which the Dallas-based retailer attributed to a shift in promotions back to January.

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