By  on December 7, 2015

It happens every year — a lull in holiday sales and traffic right after Cyber Monday that persists until mid-December.

Last week was no exception, although the dip, according to some retail and real estate sources, may not have been as sharp as past years, as Cyber Monday promoting was nonstop through the week and consumers in record numbers took to their mobile phones to seize bargains. Unseasonably warm weather in much of the country got people out on the streets but did little to help move inventories of outerwear and cold weather accessories.

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