The kickoff to the holiday season of shopping is proving that this year’s spending will likely be “perfectly average,” according to one retail analyst, CNBC reports. About 103 million people shopped online over Thanksgiving weekend, compared to 102 million who ventured out to retail stores, according to a National Retail Federation survey by Prosper Insights & Analytics.
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