Heading into the key holiday season, retailers may be in for more tough times, according to Joe Feldman, senior research analyst at Telsey Advisory Group. Kelsey Hubbard reviews the sector’s latest round of results.

via Marketwatch

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3 Responses to “Rough Road Ahead for Retailers”

  1. leftback says:

    Lots of BK ahead for retailers.

  2. jmborchers says:

    I think, because the media scared everyone out of their shorts with the depression stories and market crash the Oct results will be the worst of this years.

  3. a guy called john says:

    I saw a wreath on the door of a coffee shop today!

    Also saw massive sales at World Market (odd combo of food, booze, furniture and kitchen accessories) — not clearing out summer stuff, like 50% off bedding. Also, roamed around the Macy’s in Chicago’s Water Tower last week and saw sales all over. But even at 50%, who is the moron paying $70 for a pair of jeans?