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Walmart said it aims to hire 150,000 workers ahead of the busy holiday shopping season, another sign that retailers are rushing to staff stores and warehouses in a tight U.S. labor market.
The pop-up store from Madewell and thredUP sells secondhand clothing priced from $10 to $40 and aims to educate customers about fashion waste.
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Americans increased spending at retailers last month, while employers have largely resisted the urge to lay off workers, both signs of strong demand in the economy.
Retailers big and small are using installment plans to wring more sales out of shoppers who can’t get credit cards.
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Retailers are spending millions a year to combat organized rings that steal from their stores in bulk and peddle the goods online, often on Amazon. It is a menace that has been supercharged by the rapid recent boom in online commerce.
P&G has increased production, and some retailers say shipments of paper products are being limited as demand surges. Yet shortages aren’t as bad as last year.
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Brookfield Properties bets experiential offerings will lure patrons working from home.
Nasdaq-100 futures pointed to small gains for large tech stocks.
The congestion at Meishan terminal, which isn’t expected to resume full operations before the end of the month, is spreading to other ports like Shanghai and Hong Kong as big operators divert ships away from Ningbo.
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Retailers including Macy’s, Kohl’s and Tapestry reported big quarterly sales gains, but it is unclear how long the shopping spree will last in the face of new pandemic restrictions to counteract rising coronavirus cases.
The move comes as the department-store chain plans to quintuple the size of its toy business.
The retail chain said that store and online traffic rose 12.7% in the July quarter and that it was prepared for volatility from the Delta variant.
U.S. stocks retreated from a stretch of all-time highs, with the Dow down more than 400 points, as weaker-than-expected retail sales and concerns about the Delta variant weighed on investor optimism.
Sales are well above pre-pandemic levels, but spending on goods retreated over the month.
July’s weak retail sales data might be just a preview of a weak August as the Delta variant of Covid-19 inhibits consumer confidence.