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That frenzied Black Friday crush? Not this year

Reuters Friday, 29 November 2019
The frenzy associated with Black Friday shopping was missing this year as U.S. retailers offered earlier discounts and more consumers shopped online, though spot checks around the country showed traffic picked up after a sluggish morning.
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The number of shopping days between Thanksgiving and Christmas Day are fewer than in previous years, so retailers are putting extra effort into Black Friday this year. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.

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