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For the majority of jewelers who took National Jeweler/Jewelers of America’s latest poll, sales of diamond fashion jewelry are not growing.
The firm joins a number of other companies predicting a happy holiday season for retailers in 2016.
Of over 200 styles, this is Imagine Bridal’s No. 1 best-seller.
Solitaires, eternity bands and halos reign supreme.
The NRF and Deloitte both predict that sales will increase about 4 percent while PricewaterhouseCoopers has an even more bullish outlook.
National Jeweler/Jewelers of America’s latest Business Pulse survey asked jewelers how much customers are spending and what they are buying.
The category as a percentage of overall sales has either stayed the same or increased for the majority of retailers in recent years, our latest survey found.
For nearly 30 percent of jewelers who took National Jeweler’s latest poll, it’s the store owner who’s getting social.
If you are like the jewelers who took National Jeweler’s latest survey, then the answer is less and less.
The National Retail Federation upgraded its forecast for retail sales growth from 3.1 percent to 3.4 percent.
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