There’s a new blog via the WSJ: Holiday Sales Tracker. It looks like its out from behind the firewall, and its a great way to stay on top of all of the various articles, stories, trends, research on the holiday shopping season.

Holiday_sales_tracker

Great idea — and it appears to not require a WSJ subscription.

Source:
Holiday Sales Tracker
News, Trends and Analysis for the Key Shopping Season
http://blogs.wsj.com/holidaysales/

Category: Financial Press, Retail, Weblogs

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3 Responses to “New WSJ Blog: Holiday Sales Tracker”

  1. Wal-Mart Nov sales decline. Yet another reason for yet another up day!

    wal-mart-reports-drop-november-sales

  2. astraea says:

    thanks
    it appears to not require a WSJ subscription.
    it sounds good~;)

  3. This is great. Thank you.

    -Steven Burda

    http://soo.in/5700/