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Consumer spending slowed in August after the end of the $600 weekly unemployment subsidy.
The retailer has created a full-time virtual selling team to serve customers “wherever they want to shop” for the upcoming holiday season.
The watch company also released its second-quarter results, posting a 44 percent drop in sales.
U.S. ecommerce sales surged 122 percent in the second quarter as the COVID-19 pandemic kept shoppers at home.
The Danish jewelry company also shuttered 32 stores in the second quarter, mainly in Germany, the U.K. and the Nordic countries.
The jewelry brands’ limited exposure to the recovering Asia-Pacific market dulled their performance in the first half of the year.
Declining orders from retailers have hit TAG Heuer and Hublot hard, though TAG’s new smartwatch has “been a great success.”
More Q2 results roll in, a pair of hearts wins big at auction and BIPOC designers send a message.
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