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It seems like every year the holiday shopping push from retailers gets earlier and earlier.
And according to a new report.
That may be because retailers are anticipating -- sales due to the weak economy the consumers really not feeling well if you are one of the 1% you're flush your feeling greater spending money.
But if you are a member of the middle class -- the declining middle class I should say it's worse than you think out there shopper track measures store traffic and 60000 locations worldwide.
And -- other data to come up with its forecasts this year it's looking at spending rise of 2.4 percent in November December.
That's compared with 3% last year and 4% and 111.
It's a nice little snapshot it's a little -- -- and they're only looking physical bricks and mortar stores.
That sat online shopping even though -- hear a lot about it with Cyber Monday at -- it's really only 9% of total retail spending so what does this mean for you the consumer.
Lots of great holiday deals -- rolling out early especially in apparel.
This as technology becomes the new fashion statement so.
What's happening is consumers are rotating out of a pair -- and spending those dollars on technology -- -- retailers with a lot of product on the shelves and that's gonna be your advance the national retail -- holiday shopping outlook is due in October.
Meanwhile retailers like Kmart have already started airing holiday ads.
In New York Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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