The growth rate reported today is nearly double the weak 2.1 percent seen during the 2018 holiday season.
November retail sales kick off holiday season with 2.1 percent growth over last year and more spending to come.
GoPro.com shatters previous sales records, up over 120 percent year-over-year.
More items purchased from independent third-party sellers on Cyber Monday 2019 than ever before on a single day.
October’s results make up for most of the 0.3 percent month-over-month decline seen in September.
Business appears to be improving for the industry customer.
The pullback is possibly a reaction to increased fears over U.S.-China tensions according to NRF.
The Buckle, Inc. announced that sales increased 3 percent.
Details from the National Retail Federation’s prediction for the holiday season both for stores and online.
However, new tariffs present ‘downside risks.’