U.K. retail sales dipped in June as consumers stayed away from stores and instead enjoyed the World Cup.
Retail sale rose in June, but clothing stores and department stores lost out.
A data analyst at the firm said consumers need to be wary of how federal policies impacts costs and credit.
Economists predict an escalating trade war will push prices up further, squeezing shoppers.
Executives polled by KPMG also cited disruptive technologies and cyber threats as challenges moving forward.
PMX Agency’s report on the season revealed an increase in the number of pre-K to high school aged students.
Less is more means fewer purchases along with a decluttering of the closet.
The findings were based on a survey of more than 1,000 shoppers.
The largest category in the report are 30 loans that Fitch said are “susceptible of default.”
Data-fueled e-mail marketing, improved customer service and “moment marketing” can drive conversions.
Sears Holdings Corp. is having a tough time. But its ceo and chairman, Eddie Lampert, is not.
Fit and comfort, along with new twists on old designs, have sparked consumer interest in both men’s and women’s.
The personal shopping service operates over text messages.