The economics of Christmas is significant because Christmas is typically a peak
selling season ... During the 2014 holiday shopping season, retail sales in the
United States are forecast to increase...
Dec 16, 2015 ... Christmas is celebrated in the United States on the 25th of December. ... These
holiday sales reflected about 19.2 percent of the retail industries ...
Nov 23, 2015 ... That's the number of candy canes made each year in the United States alone, ...
The average person travels 275 miles for Christmas. ... In total, 90.8 percent of
men surveyed by the NRF are expecting to take ... Sweden, Norway, Venezuela,
United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Iran, South African and Denmark.
Nearly half of shoppers plan to shop retailers' after-Christmas sales in stores and
... NRF's latest consumer spending survey finds that nearly 57 percent of those ....
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Year-by-year consumer budgeting for Christmas holiday-related expenses in the
U.S. ... and were sourced from each of the 50 states within the U.S.A, as well as
the District ... The statistics acquired through this study were based on spending ...
The Thanksgiving and Christmas/New Year's holiday periods are among the
busiest ... Long-distance travelers who make overnight trips at Thanksgiving
spend an ... the Thanksgiving holiday period are to destinations within the United
Nov 21, 2015 ... 2015 Christmas Gift Spending Plans Up Slightly ... Year, Average Spending,
Percent Change .... of all adults age 18 and older living in telephone households
in the continental United States (see methodology for details).
Nov 25, 2015 ... In fact, real median household income in the United States has ... So in order to
fund all of our Christmas spending, we have got to go into even more debt. ... In
fact, one Pew survey found that approximately 70 percent of all ...
Dec 12, 2014 ... reported that Thanksgiving shopping dropped 5.2 percent compared with 2013,
and spending slid 11.3 percent. But were Americans ever such ...
The average American will spend $704 on holiday gifts and goodies this year,
totaling more than $465 billion, the National Retail Federation estimates.