Thanksgiving sales overcome inflation gloom, hit record $5.3 bln- report

Nov 25 (Reuters) – U.S. shoppers spent nearly 3% more online on Thanksgiving Day this year, a report showed, as consumers kicked off the year’s biggest shopping event on a strong note and eased worries of a lackluster holiday season.

Adobe Analytics on Friday said Thanksgiving sales hit a record $5.29 billion, even as inflation worries and…

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