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An update on how many jewelry businesses called it quits in Q3 and a story on Tiffany’s holiday window displays were among the most-read stories on National Jeweler last week.
A dozen retailers shared with National Jeweler their weekend results, thoughts on the election and predictions for the holiday season ahead.
This is up from 135.8 million people last year, with Black Friday expected to be the busiest day of them all.
Custom jewelry is a category that’s growing, the majority of jewelers who took our latest survey said.
Whether it’s coming from the internet, the big-box store down the street or other luxury categories, competition is jewelers’ biggest challenge right now.
ShopperTrak on when the most shoppers will be in stores, plus why retailers shouldn’t open on Thanksgiving Day.
The market saw demand decrease 1 percent, its first decline in three years, due to uncertainty from the presidential election and reluctance to spend amid the global economy.
Jewelers who took our latest poll say their customers don’t ask many questions about the origin of the products they are buying. Do yours?
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