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Monthly diamond revenue climbed 12 percent year-over-year.
Reopenings and eased restrictions helped boost consumer confidence, but it’s still below pre-pandemic levels.
A survey by the National Federation of Independent Business took a look at COVID-19 business disruptions, PPP and EIDL loans, and more.
Here’s how the pandemic is affecting their spending and what they’ll look for in holiday gifts this year.
Though monthly spending improved in May, retail sales were down 6 percent year-over-year.
A survey from MVI Marketing indicated jewelry was a top gift among those who typically buy in the category, even during the pandemic.
In two separate reports, economists from the National Retail Federation and the International Monetary Fund discussed consumer confidence and preventing future pandemics.
Though its methodology will stay the same, the Jewelers Board of Trade said it will reflect how the coronavirus crisis has impacted the industry.
The new resource wants to get a baseline of how trade businesses are operating and how it can help.
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