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The NRF predicted jewelry sales would increase. Ten retailers across the country spoke with National Jeweler about how the holiday really went.
National Jeweler highlighted two surveys last week, one about Mother’s Day and the other about gender-related issues in jewelry.
It shows there is a gap between what goes on at companies and what gets reported to higher-ups, with employees often reticent to relay incidences of harassment, discrimination and inequality.
Shoppers are expected to spend $5.2 billion on jewelry this Mother’s Day, according to a recent survey.
It marks the 10th consecutive year of growth for the metal, according to a retailer survey conducted on behalf of the Silver Promotion Service.
Despite initial reports to the contrary, the National Retail Federation said economic uncertainty weakened holiday spending.
Among the 10 retailers interviewed by National Jeweler, most said: not really.
The Knot says couples spent about 2 percent less on their engagement rings in 2018.
It’s part of a continuing trend of couples spending less on the big day.
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