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Black Friday breaks record in online shopping

CBS News Sunday, 1 December 2019
Black Friday is in the record books. The busy shopping day saw $7.4 billion in online sales. That's the second largest online sales day ever. Black Friday was also the biggest day ever for mobile shopping: $2.9 billion in sales came from smartphones alone. Meantime, brick-and-mortar stores saw a sharp decline. Shopper visits decreased by 3 percent when compared to the same days last year.
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The frenzy associated with in-store Black Friday shopping was missing in the U.S. this year as more consumers shopped online, but discounting to lure shoppers that began in America has now spread to Europe and Africa. Conway G. Gittens reports.

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