- Black Friday weekend will take on additional importance this year after retailers like Target and Macy’s reported a recent lull in sales.
- Retail executives chalked up the slower sales to a return to pre-pandemic holiday shopping patterns, warmer-than-usual weather and the midterm elections.
- A record number of people — 166.3 million — are expected to shop over the long weekend, according to the National Retail Federation.
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