Record Web Sales in the Holiday Forecast

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The 2010 holiday shopping season has already produced vigorous spending in the U.S., according to several reports. And the forecast for the next four weeks is even better, with comScore predicting online holiday sales to be the highest on record.

The research firm’s data shows that consumers spent more than $9 billion during the first three…

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  1. When obama talked about change was he referring to creating conditions for the worst Xmas in sales in years?
    Americans’ estimate of the total amount they will spend on Christmas gifts this year is now $638, essentially matching the record lows from November and December 2008. Fewer Americans say they will be spending less on gifts this year than said this a year ago, while most say they will spend the same amount.

    Americans’ estimate of the total amount they will spend on Christmas gifts this year has fallen precipitously over the past month, sending the figure back to last year’s record lows. Americans’ average Christmas spending prediction is now $638. This nearly matches the $616 recorded in November 2008, amid one of the worst holiday retail seasons in recent memory.
    http://www.gallup.com/poll/124283/Christmas-Spending-Forecast-Reverts-Record-2008-Lows.aspx

  2. Obama is now on track to becoming an even worse president than Jimmy Carter.
    His policies are postponing the end of this recession which many economists claim would no be on its last legs even if there had been no government intervention.
    It’s now becoming clear that we made a terrible mistake last November by electing this man.
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