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"adobe analytics" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All the market turmoil John U.S. consumers are in focus as well this morning yesterday was a banner day for online spending It's forecast to hit a record but it's also coming in lower than initial sky high estimates Adobe analytics says consumers likely spent as much as $5.4 billion online for Thanksgiving Day And outside of the pandemic and Black Friday we have another item of note this morning out of China Beijing is taking aim at another big tech company asking didi global to delist from U.S. exchanges Sources say regulators have asked company management to remove Dede from the New York Stock Exchange on worries over security All right let's take a look at these markets on this Black Friday It's a sea of red for equities S&P futures down 81 points down futures down 763 now NASDAQ futures down a 187 points that acts in Germany down 2.7% the cac and Paris is down 3.3% The ten year treasury is up 30 30 seconds the yield 1.52% yield on the two year .53 Nymex crude down 6 and two thirds percent down 5.21 $73 20 cents a barrel the Euro 1.1277 against the dollar Straight ahead your latest local headlines and the check of sports This is Bloomberg All right thanks Nathan 5 33 arm Wall Street hats under bring in Michael Barr with more on dwells is going on in New York and around the world John thank you very much sir Black Friday shoppers are coming out in force including here in the tri state area This man is taking advantage of Black Friday deals by being the first in line at a GameStop in Jerry hill New Jersey It's definitely worth it Now I'm going to sleep I'm gonna eat and then go to sleep Last year the tradition was severely limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic The crowds floats and marching bands were back in Manhattan for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade roll tide The university of.

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seems like that been lost in. Let's remember it's cyber Monday. We mentioned earlier that the peak hour is seven o'clock tonight. And that's what it is. That's going on. I think supposed to be maybe a record year for sales people buying online online in general, it's AH is shipping, they say shipping packages this holiday season. The volume is up 33% over last year, 33%. So that's a lot of packages that need to be delivered in their increasing their ability to deliver them. But you just still you've got to be you want. If you want to get there on time, Jen Jolly has told us she's the lifestyle in tech. Columnists over U S a today also Turkish calm Jenn You've been saying all along December, 11th would be your cut off, right? I mean, this is you're not playing around here. How are you? I'm doing Well, Yeah, We made it through the Thanksgiving holiday and escaped. And right now it is all things cyber Monday. Now here's some stat. That are going. They kind of blew my mind. Adobe Analytics said that today remains the king of online shopping days and will become the largest online sale date in history or expected to do 11 toe $13 billion of online shopping in America this year and the golden Hours of retail are about 7 p.m. to 11 P.m. Pacific time when people want to try to get the last of the deals. Or they run out during 8 to 9 P.m. Pacific time it's expected will spend $13 million per minute shopping online. Yes. So it's Ah. I mean, it's just you just mind boggling. I mean, it's no surprise. I suppose they were at home, right? We're shopping on line. We've been doing that for months and that we're nothing to know We're doing it during the holiday too. I mean, I guess the good news is that you know, one of things you do so well is use research this stuff and you look for The best deals. You also look for what not to buy what not to buy and cyber Monday, which hadn't even occurred to me other things you shouldn't buy. There are few things that you shouldn't buy. They're the reason is that we're likely to see bigger mark down a little bit later in the year, With the exception of Look, if this is the only thing you really, really want, your kids are expecting it. And you know you're worried about getting it at all, Let alone getting it in time for the holidays. You might want to go ahead and It snapped it up right now. So what I'm talking about our toys. Toys are almost always a little bit less expensive in a week or two like into December. Mattresses, and I'm trying to look up my notes on this because I have a whole bunch of things here, But there are several that we can put off a little bit longer. One of the biggest things not to buy right now. Our engagement rings because this is the biggest time of year to get engaged. Diamonds are very expensive this time of year and they go on sale. In March. So yeah, there's there are several things like that. Let's see. I'm taking a quick peek in my notes. That's very interesting thing. Betting and winnings, diamonds, jewelry and cars. And yes, So cars are saying, Hey, you know, we've got a great decent offers deals in some of your likely to find better deals after Christmas during end of your sales. In fact, the vehicles that didn't sell during last sighting or cyber Monday will likely be marked down even further by December. So the pro tip here is if you have your eye on a specific model time your purchase. Right before the new release of the next model to make sure that you get the best deal on that. And then I mentioned diamonds and jewelry. November through February, is the most popular time of year for couples to get engaged. The rings are in high demand. February basically November through February, If you can Don't spend a lot of money on the diamond now through the end right after Valentine's Day, because we'll see them work down in March. Okay? There were a couple of incredible I think they were browsers. You don't but you gave him to us on Wednesday. I wanna repeat him because we had some people ask about it, and I'm asking about it too, because I didn't. I didn't get a chance to Download any of them. But there are you have some recommendations for getting the best deals like truly be able to plug it into a tech tool and saying, Hey, I'm gonna search I need this. I need this computer. I need this specific item. Where going to get the best deal? There's something there are things out there that can help. Yeah, There are a lot of things that can help you on that. And I gotta grab my notes on this stuff, too. I do so much of this. I want to make sure that I get it right. And I want to make sure that I don't forget anything but the most important things to know when it comes to, you know, like, how do you really know if This is a deal. How do you know that? You're not getting scanned? There are sites that can help you. So camel Camel Camel is a powerful website, the monitors and tracks prices for new and used items on Amazon and these air browser extension. So I am on the safari browser right now, and I downloaded these. Stuck him right on my browser. So every time.

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Adobe expects today to be the biggest online sales day in U.S. history

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Adobe expects today to be the biggest online sales day in U.S. history

"Americans are expected by billions of dollars worth of items on this cyber Monday it cyber Monday and experts expect us to shatter records with our online buying adobe analytics says this may be the largest online sales day ever in this country what's hot apple airpods Samsung TV's video games and lego sets and groceries and alcohol that's something we pretty much bottom person before the pandemic analysts say by the end of the day we may have spent almost thirteen billion dollars I'm Rita Foley

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"She says that this year's package volume is unprecedented. If something that the industry hasn't seen before numbers like this and get those those packages in the network as soon as possible. We are still crunching the numbers from black Friday. They're pretty good, despite the fact that not nearly as many people went to stores is in the past, Adobe Analytics says consumers spent $9 billion online that's a 22% increased from 2019 sales. Foot traffic is a different story. Sensormatic Solution says for traffic was down more than 52% this year this holiday season could be make or break for many small businesses businesses. While they may have taken P P p earlier in the year. They don't have an additional lifeline at this point, and thousands of them are at risk of potentially closing, even though there is this vaccine on the horizon, because there's this bridge And the bridge doesn't exist. Currently, CBC's Rebecca Jarvis Saturday was the day that's designed to put the focus on small businesses. But some Colorado businesses air hoping choppers we're going to treat every Saturday between now and Christmas is small business Saturday. Harry Baker's one of them She owns a bakery since 50% capacity and we're really making sure that we're keeping count at the door. That the idea was not necessarily to drive traffic to make people feel comfortable and that they were in a safe, healthy environment. After taking Thanksgiving Day often than coming in for an abbreviated session on Friday, Wall Street is back in business right now, the Dow is down 260 points. The NASDAQ is up, 15 the S and P is down 15. Our next money update. Is it a 12? Pat wondered. Daily news radio. Thank you. Pat Sports With BK Broncos kind of a bizarre game yesterday and, of course, even more bizarre, bizarre that the NFL actually let it Tomo permitted it to play. Yeah, Marty.

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Cyber Monday sales could reach $13 billion, testing everything retail learned during the pandemic

AM Tampa Bay

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Cyber Monday sales could reach $13 billion, testing everything retail learned during the pandemic

"There was no cyber Monday and now it's one of the biggest shopping days of the year, getting even more of a boost during the pandemic as deals about On today. Adobe Analytics is forecasting the biggest cyber Monday ever with online sales near $11 billion up 15% from last year that follows strong black Friday online sales the second best e Commerce Day ever after last year. Cyber Monday How too soon to be. Public companies are reaching for the stars when

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Far as temperatures are concerned, let's take a peek and see how things were going this morning starting the day in Clayton, you're beginning your morning at 45 actually 44 degrees. They just dropped checking in this morning with Chestnut Mountain at 46 Games will also at 46 at North George's News tone Wdun Big Problem we've had all morning is now finally gone. And this look at traffic brought to you by Locos Grill and pub that crash that we had earlier on. I 85 North found just north of Highway feet. 53 Jackson County is now out of the way and traffic is back to normal in that stretch. Now you're seeing the speed limit drive between highway to 11 and us 1 29, the North bound side on Lee one accident being reported in the area. Right now it's in Hall County on Highway 3 65 South bound just south of Kagel Road. It's off on the shoulder, but it's been causing some rubbernecking delays in that's true Starting at around Kagel Road overall drive times, looking pretty much normal for this time of the commute, not seeing any delays on I 85 9 85, Georgia 400 or Peachtree Industrial Boulevard Highway 3 16 westbound, starting to see some delays in Gwinnett County. Taking about 12 minutes to get from view for drive over to the I 85 merge Wings, burgers, wraps and sounds, along with a great variety of appetizers are now available for dying in pickup or delivery. Social distancing is practiced here at Locos growing public sure would Plaza on the noted Drive in Gainesville. From the access Wdun Hayes GMC Cadillac Traffic Center. I'm Caleb Bunch in Pull out your favorite board game. We're going to a little gaming on the way next. In the meantime, we're gonna check out the latest business news from Fox. It's prompt you locally by Autry's ace Hardware. Thompson Bridge Road Games Built Good morning at 7 41 with mornings on Main Street. I'm Connell McShane. This is the Fox Business Report. SNP Global and I'II chest market are merging. The two companies provide research and Data for Wall Street. The deal is worth $44 billion. Today is cyber Monday, traditionally the busiest online shopping day of the year, Adobe Analytics, says Black Friday foot traffic was about half of last year and online shopping was up 22%, however, that's not expected to stop today from setting a record for cyber Monday. Shopping. The forecast is for $10.8 billion in sales today. Tesla has received permission to sell model why,.

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on WTVN

"To critique each other. It's not a time to yell and bring up harsh topics. The whole idea of dinner, Mrs A. Traditional hundreds of thousands of years old for human. It's a time to rejoice to celebrate the wind to relax, so yes, keep his devices away from the table. Have no business being there. Maybe. See six, first morning meteorologist Bill Kelley. Rain changing to Snow Today is most of central Ohio gets their first taste of winter temperatures fall through the thirties. As we go throughout the afternoon, we'll see a wintry mix changing into accumulating snow for tonight. 27 for the overnight low. Most of central Ohio gets out of the snow by the time we get to Tuesday morning, but we'll see 2 to 4 inches by the time all is said and done. Weather is powered by the basement doctor right now, Clowney, rainy 40 and Clintonville 42 of your severe weather station news radio 6 10 W T V and Extended beauty via news time. Find 26 News. First of five now checks your money. This is a Bloomberg money minute. It's cyber Monday. And even though the online deals have started far in advance, retailers are still offering a flurry of promotions and deals today and beyond. Turning into Cyber Week. Adobe Analytics expects today to become the largest online sales day in U. S history, with spending hitting as Muchas around $13 billion That would represent growth of 35%.

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Black Friday 2020 online shopping surges 22% to record $9 billion

At Home

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Black Friday 2020 online shopping surges 22% to record $9 billion

"Shoppers spending record amounts of money on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday is easy in the sack. Today, for some reason, is not that many people the deals. That we've experienced in Macy's. That's for being awesome, and analysts say tomorrow could be the largest online sales day in history. Adobe Analytics reports a 21.6% increase in shopping Black Friday this year compared to last year, Consumers spent $9 billion

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Black Friday sees record online sales as US shoppers stay home

Lew Later

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Black Friday sees record online sales as US shoppers stay home

"Shopping surges twenty two percent to a record nine billion. That's up twenty one point six percent year over year according to adobe analytics. The pandemic lockdown push people to avoid the malls into to do most of their shopping online. As you know they also expect cyber monday. Twenty twenty to become the biggest digital sales day in history in the united

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Black Friday 2020 online shopping surges 22% to record $9 billion, Adobe says

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Black Friday 2020 online shopping surges 22% to record $9 billion, Adobe says

"Black friday online sales at a new record this year as pandemic wary holiday shoppers filled virtual carts and spent an estimated nine billion dollars on. Us retail websites on black friday. That's according to adobe analytics which tracks online shopping

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Black Friday store traffic down 52% even as online retail sales hit record high

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Black Friday store traffic down 52% even as online retail sales hit record high

"Black friday online sales hit a new record this year as cautious americans loaded up virtual carts and spent an estimated nine billion dollars on. Us retail websites on black friday according to adobe analytics which tracks online shopping that was a twenty two percent increase over the previous record of seven point. Four billion set one year ago but store traffic plunged by an estimated fifty two percent on black friday. That's according to sensormatic. Solutions are retail

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"US retail Web sites, according to Adobe Analytics, which tracks online shopping. That was a 22% increase over the previous record. Last year. ABC is Deirdre Bolton. Some of the most popular gives so far toys such as Lego sets, Barbies and Kids scooters. Top Electron IX, smart TVs, laptops and Apple watches. One odyssey. The popularity of Netflix is Queen's gambit has boosted sales for chess related items by 300% compared to the previous month, according to online chess company play. Magnus Group worried about another surge of Kobe coming in two weeks and beyond because of Thanksgiving, travel and get togethers, Dr Joseph Barone Chief of staff at United Memorial Medical Center in Houston. I truly believe that the next 6 to 12 weeks are gonna be the darkest weeks in modern America. American medical history on my say so because of what's been going on the last Few days. US. Covert cases are now over 13 million since the pandemic began, says Johns Hopkins University about 141 people testing positive every minute total US covert deaths now over 266,000 B C's Trevor off. Several more prominent figures have joined the list of the infected, including Ohio State Head football Coach Ryan Day. The team now canceling today's game against Illinois and the NFL, announcing all team facilities will be closed to in person activities Monday in two They accept for the team scheduled to play after the over 30 election challenges by the Trump legal team that have been thrown out by the courts. Today's by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. It tossed out what was brought by Pennsylvania Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and another Republican candidate for Congress, alleging the state legislature and not legally passed. The measure allowing for Universal Mail in voting court says Kelly failed to allege any ballot was fraudulently cast. Listening to ABC News. Glowing skin is always in with ST Ives apricot scrub made with 100%, natural apricot extract and walnut shell powder. This cult classic scrub goes deep. Removes dirt, makeup and oil. Stephen Glow bright Say Nice apricot scrub turn of the globe. I spent 75% of my date driving people around, which means I also spent a lot of time at gas stations. I used to hate the holes they put on my card. So I got current current frees up my money by giving me instant refunds on gas holes, and it covers overdrafts up to $100. No fees. Current wants me to keep my money. What a concept. Right Kurt really is the future of banking getting you paid two days faster. When you use current for you direct deposit to go to current com Download the APP. It's the new way to bank Let's be honest about our daily aural Cara team is a bit of a process. Most of us don't do it right and nobody really likes doing it. It's all leading to problems..

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Black Friday sees record online as US shoppers stay home

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Black Friday sees record online as US shoppers stay home

"Online. Black friday sales hit a new record. As many pandemic wary americans stay away from stores. Adobe analytics reports at twenty two percent increase from last year's record and say cyber monday could be the largest online sales day in history. Bud sensormatic reports in person. Traffic fell by fifty two

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Black Friday sees record online as US shoppers stay home

Fork Report

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Black Friday sees record online as US shoppers stay home

"A black Friday record. Adobe Analytics estimates spending hit $9 billion yesterday. That's 1.6 billion or 22% higher than last year. Adobe says some of the hottest online selling items were Legos, hot Wheels, video games, Apple Airpods and Samsung TVs. Adobe says it expects cyber Monday to be the largest online sales day in U. S history. Was brought to you by

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on WTVN

"His legal team pursuing challenge is to try to overturn the election. Vice president elect Kamila Harris for her husband, Doug Am Hoff, stopping at a holiday market in Washington's Penn Quarter of small business Saturday, talking about what their team's doing, we've been meeting With everyone from labor leaders. Tol heads of Fortune 500 companies Hwe are meeting with mayors were meeting governors bipartisan and that's what we're going to continue to do, which is focus on the issues that the American people deserve. Their labors are paying attention to one shopping in the economy. A B C's did revolt in the Mall of America, Seeing far fewer customers compared to years past And on Thanksgiving Day alone, Online shopping reached a record shattering $5.1 billion up 21% from Last year of those online sales, more people are shopping from their mobile phones, almost half coming from smartphones. Another record, the firm Adobe Analytics, saying Monday could be the largest online sales day in U. S history. Hot WHEELS CARS, Lego sets Apple Airpods Samsung TVs and video games. Among the biggest sellers. This has food banks and other organizations around the U. S report. They're straining to provide food to people newly jobless in the pandemic. History of the Vatican. Pope Francis creating 13 new cardinals, including Washington's Wilton Gregory, the first African American Carter. This is ABC News. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a time is unauthorized product. I've got my uncle on it, my mom on it. I've got four or five of my best friends from high school on it. They all have their own little story to tell about this condition of that conditioning.

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on KTRH

"Commits charter flights to send doses of the vaccine in preparation. No, that's not been confirmed by either company At this time. The FDA will be reviewing fighters vaccine on December 10th and could potentially approve it for widespread distribution. CDC advisers are about to vote on who gets the Corona virus vaccine first. An emergency meeting has reportedly been scheduled for Tuesday. It's been recommended health care workers and those at severe risk, like nursing homes get the priority. The second biggest county in the nation, is imposing a new stay at home order due to rising covert cases. Los Angeles County will be in all gatherings outside the home for three weeks, starting Monday. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is not ruling out imposing a citywide curfew if local covert numbers continue to rise. If it gets to the point in talking with doctor pursed and talking with the health care professionals and others, If they say to me, man, we just have to go to some addition. You live some additional steps, then I'm going to listen. That from our TV partner Channel to San Antonio Bear County residents are under a curfew between 10 o'clock PM and 5 A.m. for the entire Thanksgiving weekend. Delta Airlines is blaming a pilot shortage for the cancelation of more than 450 flights over the busy Thanksgiving travel period. The airline apologized. Customers for any inconvenience incited staffing issues. The operational problem comes after hundreds of pilots took early retirement packages because of the pandemic. And the pandemic, maybe keeping some black Friday shoppers from storms, But turnout is still hitting a record online spending from yesterday alone soared to $5 billion. That's up 22% from last year, New data from Adobe Analytics shows nearly half of all people use their phones to buy retailers offering curbside pickup also saw more traffic on their sites. Adobe expects all holiday sales to add up to $189 billion this year. HR. It's news time 803 After missing out on a Thanksgiving night matchup. One NFL game is getting rescheduled again. Fox is Matt Napolitano reports. As the Baltimore Ravens continue to deal with the surge of coronavirus cases, the NFL once again moving their contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Now from Sunday afternoon to Tuesday at 8 P.m. Eastern time. It marks the second time this season that covered cases for one team have forced a game to be played on a Tuesday with the Ravens now moved to Tuesday..

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A Look At The Pandemic Economy

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:24 min | 1 year ago

A Look At The Pandemic Economy

"While the dow hit a record high so did covid nineteen cases and hospitalizations. According to adobe analytics we spent more than five billion dollars online shopping yesterday up. Twenty two percent from last year even as reports came in from across the country of miles long lines at food banks and food insecurity. The point here is that there's not just one narrative in this pandemic economy. Luckily we've got not just one but two of our favorite folks on deck to help us unpack it. All k- davidson is at the wall street. Journal and city ready is at politico. Hey to hey can relate. Hey kimberly so city. We sort of asked us every friday. But are these numbers about people getting sick and dying and going hungry and possibly going to push congress in the white house any closer to another relief package. You know these are depressing numbers. They're horrifying numbers. And at some point they have to force congress to act of. Unfortunately it seemed like we're going to have to see this. Get much further out of control before they do. You know over the next two weeks. We're gonna see an absolute explosion of virus cases as a result of thanksgiving holiday far worse than the increase we saw after the labor day holiday and after the july fourth holiday you. You'd think we'd learn something after fualaau isn't we don't necessarily do that. But we also have millions of people as we said staring down all the deadlines unemployment aid and infections and all these other. Stopgap measures A month from now And just to throw in into in the middle of a crazy government funding deadline to prevent a shutdown having two weeks from today and then we have a little political theater theater with the electoral college and state certifications All coming up in the next couple of weeks as well and so put it together. We have a whole lot of chaos and confusion that is usually not a good recipe for what's going on but you also have a sense that we might be getting to a really really bad place the country and so maybe that will be. What gets congress. Pay attention kate. Are you seeing any indications any bright spots possibilities. That negotiations are have have a pathway forward. Well i'm not sure. If we see the bright spots yet at kimberly but i think that really the kind of do or die moment if you will is next week. Pelosi mcconnell really have to decide if they're willing to just sit down and and how hard conversation and hash out an agreement because The clock is ticking. On december eleventh is the deadline for funding the government. And we know that they've made some progress on that front But they really haven't had broader discussions about covid relief so they might have to do. Some kind of short term funding extension beyond the eleventh may be like give them an extra week till the seventeenth to get them a little closer to christmas To see if they can work something out but one other thing we haven't talked about his covert cases in congress on capitol hill. You have senators who are having to quarantine and who are getting sick and so will they be able to actually stay in session long enough to do something is another unknown so it's really tricky and city. We had know new unemployment numbers out this week heading in the wrong direction. Is there a chance. Maybe that we get pieces of relief attached to these various funding vehicles. That have to go through. It's it's certainly possible that you may get a little bit of unemployment aid for folks who would see that dry out by the end of the month. It's possible that the the trump administration might extend some of some of its own measures at least until inauguration day so they can pass off the problem to the incoming administration. They're all all these things are possible. But it's just not a situation when you've got the the political cross-currents in the moma and people just like almost paralyzed by By the the fight over the election as it is And that's that's really put them at the in in this Really difficult situation where they know something needs to be done but they're not sure that they're going to be able to do it kate. The fed has been the one stepping in with all of these different measures. While we wait on congress. Do they have anything left in their toolbox. Well we know that. Certainly they've been they've been thinking about that Third latest policy meeting. They released minutes from the meeting on wednesday and and we know that they discussed ways that they could alter their purchases of treasury and mortgage backed securities. That's something they've been doing for months now and they could They could pick pick up the pace of those to to do more to support the economy. They didn't indicate that there any imminent changes. I think that they're kind of waiting to see what What congress is gonna do and hoping as we've heard that chairman jay powell say over and over a congress really should do more. Fiscal support is really needed at this time So i think they. They know that they're the backstop and they know they might have to do something. They're getting ready for that But it's not really clear. How much of a boost day can provide especially the longer this goes on. I think they're worried that You know the the with as long term unemployment continues to rise as we get more into like a traditional type of recession. Their tools are not as effective and That's why they keep saying of fiscal support is is so important right now

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Thanksgiving Day online sales hit record $5.1 billion, Adobe says

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Thanksgiving Day online sales hit record $5.1 billion, Adobe says

"Or in shopping this holiday season, most are just doing it online Adobe analytics reports. A record high of $5 billion was spent via the Internet on Thanksgiving. That's 22% more than the same day last year, the National Retail Federation estimated how they sales will rise as much as 5% this year despite the pandemic. Intelligence

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Cyber Monday deals we're seeing a record number of people go online. Actually, Adobe Analytics is estimating a 33% year over year increase from last year, a record breaking $189 million sent and US online sales just in the End of November and December on divorces indicated the same thing looking back at April of last year were moving to an online consumer marketplace. But what that means is one convenience and, of course, contact list delivery and pick up of items but also in opportunity perceived to take advantage of this. Of this whole system, and that's what we're seeing with these porch pirates. So what is some different ways that people can protect their packages? Some of which may contain really expensive items? Yeah, and believe it or not, more of us are feeling more comfortable having expensive things delivered to the home. You know, a few years ago, you say we'll go out and buy that? Because a little bit too expensive but more, Mr Just Thing, go ahead and ship it. So what we're doing is saying one take advantage of those ring Those those those cameras at the front of your house, get in touch with a carrier asked them to possibly deliver the package at a time that you know you could be home or to change delivery to do it in the backyard. If there's an opening there, access to the backyard or may be behind shrub at the front of your house. If there's if there's an option to have your packages sent to your place of work, or maybe Neighbor's home or parents.

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E-commerce Black Friday sales set to surge by 40% compared to last year

Mark and Melynda

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

E-commerce Black Friday sales set to surge by 40% compared to last year

"Many aspects of life. Black Friday is looking a whole lot different this year normally and sidewalks would be packed with thousands of people running from store to store to snag the latest deals starting the last night and going throughout the day, Mrs Garrett Tenney in Chicago says. Instead, stores stayed closed on Thanksgiving night, and some opened later this morning. For those who are venturing out stores are implementing safety precautions such as Sanitizing cards, limiting store capacity and requiring mask Despite the lack of crowds, Holiday shopping could still break records this year, in large part thanks to a huge increase in online shopping. Adobe Analytics estimates a 40% jump in online black Friday sales compared to last year, a

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Time for Joan Doniger from Bloomberg. You know, Joan Yeah, When you have a producer that was born in 95. Sometimes it's hard to explain music. Well, I understand And you know it was a really good choice because that for a lot of reasons, I mean, CCR is great, but you can't play country Joe and the fish and Well, let's just let people look that up. Yeah, You have a very, very good point. And now he's saying who are country Joe and the fish, So he's gonna He's gonna do get up. He's gonna do the Google exactly. Well, I thought something coming out of Woodstock trade. It was kind of folk rock, you know, kind of a good kind of a good little mix there, and when I said John Fogarty, he's like, Okay, Okay. All right, so I feel old. Let's talk about Well, let's talk about black Friday. And is it going to be what it's been because first of all, I watch the news this morning and thankfully, no stampedes, no shootings that we know of. Thank God. Yeah, it hasn't been the big shopping event It used to be in several years. Now, you know, we've had earlier sales, online shopping and, of course, Cove. It is a big part of that this year. Now Adobe Analytics had expected online sales Thanksgiving would hit an all time high of $6 billion. But you know what Pace wasn't his brisk is it had thought they'll be readjusted its outlook to less than that figure. It says Retailers really did successfully move us to buy earlier in the season with early discount and other promotions. Okay, So what if you are shopping in person? Well, there's a whole new protocol for black Friday..

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Only is black Friday kind of fading and retail importance of The things we're buying her changing also. That's right. Steve Adobe Analytics says retailers with their discounts and deals have a shopping earlier now so black Friday doesn't mean the big, you know, elbow to elbow rush. And, of course, this year with covert that's kind of been ruled out. And that also means we're shopping for different things. We then we used to Clothing, for instance, when so many have been dressing down, working at home in the Wall Street Journal says clothing retailers have less stuff to sell, so that means higher prices. Fewer discounts. Big names such as Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie and Fitch and others scaled back their discounts heading into the holiday season, which is certainly not what we're used to. But back during the spring lockdown. Ah lot of chains canceled their factory orders and discounted things then to clear on sold items. Alright, going digital with the airlines? They're feeling a little bit lighter. What do you mean? Well, it's the pandemic is meant. Airlines have been speeding up their digital service is looking for ways to reduce things that we have to touch that has ended up saving the money. Because it's reduced cabin Wait. For instance, British Airways has removed the printed copies of its in flight magazines. Still a free download, so you could still read the magazine, but they're not on the plane weighing it down. Not so fresh turkeys were a problem yesterday. What's going on here? Yes, some of the Amazons Whole Foods customers didn't get the turkeys they wanted. The ones that got smelled spoiled. Whole foods says it is trying to contact the customers who bought those Not so fresh turkeys. After hearing about it. Most of them were in the south. The company's gonna offer them Amazon gift card to those folks. All right, well, the stock futures look like Um, they look pretty good today. It's a short trading day. But investors were keeping a careful eye on things to make sure they don't go too far Too fast. However, things are edging higher S and P futures up. Seven. NASDAQ futures 45. Dow futures Up 55 from the Bloomberg News Room on Joan Doniger on news radio 700 wlw, Right, Wake up, Chuck. I know you're in there taking a nap. That's me, Mr Snooze. See anything going on in traffic with eyes.

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U.S. Cyber Monday sales to hit record $9.4 billion

1A

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Cyber Monday sales to hit record $9.4 billion

"Cyber Monday shopping is expected to reach a record nine point four billion dollars in sales this year adobe analytics says that would be a nineteen percent increase from last year online sales for thanksgiving and Black Friday reached over eleven billion dollars according to adobe frozen to toys and ello surprise dials were among the top sellers on

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The receive a discount rate off because information intelligence because when it wasn't enough to states and one hundred thirty station from ABC news I'm Terry Alden or president trump is in London for the NATO summit ABC's Jordan Phelps's their organizers of this event don't want to provide an opportunity like last year's NATO summit that is remembered as really disastrous when president trump at one point question what is the point of NATO they don't want to provide openings like that this go round so it's going to be brief ceremonial an opportunity for all the leaders to celebrate the seventy years of this alliance the president meets Tuesday on the sidelines of the summit with French president McCollum today the trump administration announced that it's considering almost two and a half billion dollars in tariffs on goods imported from France in response differences digital services tax house intelligence chair Adam Schiff says his committee's report on the impeachment inquiry will be released to the public tomorrow a new report by house Republicans argues that the president should not be impeached because there's no evidence that his actions were specifically designed to benefit him in the twenty twenty election is clear to me that Ukraine did metal in the U. S. selection Louisiana GOP senator John Kennedy the feds renewing their hunt for an alleged terrorist who grew up in southern California then moved to Somalia that's the voice of J. hard most often one of the F. B. I.'s most wanted terrorists the FBI has been after him for a decade first charged in two thousand nine and news superseding indictment alleges he is the highest ranking US citizen fighting overseas with a foreign terrorist group allegedly coordinating terror attacks for al Shabab in Africa I DO five million dollar reward is being offered for most office capture and like stone ABC news the Carter center says former president Jimmy Carter hopes to be released soon from a Georgia hospital the ninety five year old being treated for urinary tract infection adobe analytics.

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Black Friday records were broken over the weekend

First Light

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Black Friday records were broken over the weekend

"Your shop until you drop over the weekend or maybe until you used up all of your phone data well records were broken over the thanksgiving holiday shopping weekend and Jim root tells us cyber Monday should follow suit today Michael maybe it's because there's one last week between thanksgiving and Christmas this year but by all accounts the thanksgiving Black Friday weekend featured pretty the of thanksgiving day alone according to the marketing research firm adobe analytics even before the pumpkin pie hit the table a record four point two billion dollars in online sales on Black Friday another four point seven billion the second largest online shopping day in history after last year cyber Monday just under three billion dollars worth of those online sales were mobile sales done over smartphones this could head to what kind of cyber Monday this is going to be last year cyber Monday just under eight billion dollars adobe analytics predicts one today is done US consumers will spend a record nine point four billion dollars online giving this year's Thursday through Monday online sales projection just south of one hundred forty four billion dollars how I buy it last night online so I'm just picking it up now we're starting to see more of a blurring of the line between in store and online as underscored by merry here who just said she purchased the TV online for Best Buy went to the store to pick it up Catherine Colin with the national retail federation says it seems brick and mortar has connected with fiber shop know whether it's buying online to pick up in store or add billing in store and having them order something it shipped to you it's really becoming a seamless experience according to the financial technology company first data now Fiserv shows this weekend in store sales were up more than four percent this year over last with people actually willing to drive for a deal more than twenty five miles electronics the big in store items so far this year we will know the actual numbers Tuesday the national retail federation releases them

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is an exit exit they were able to get people mostly Adam all within a little under an hour and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters Bloomberg meteorologist rob St Pierre has more on a winter storm that's headed our way well the New York City area will have snow developing sunny morning turning to rein in the afternoon the rain continues Sunday night and the rain turns back to snow on Monday we could see a couple of inches before the change over Sunday and then maybe another couple of inches Monday night accumulations will be a little bit heavier at all well north and west of the city shoppers avoided the big crowds on Black Friday but still shopped Black Friday had a record seven point four billion dollars in U. S. online sales as many shoppers spent the day clicking instead of lining up to buy it was the second biggest U. S. online sales day ever behind two thousand eighteen cyber Mondays seven point nine billion dollars all that according to a survey of eighty of the top U. S. online retailers from adobe analytics fiat Chrysler clinched a new tentative labor contract with the United auto workers is by agreeing to double up on a major investment in U. S. production announced earlier this year fiat Chrysler which said back in February and would spend four and a half billion to boost output of jeep sport utility vehicles and ram trucks will invest another four and a half billion over the course of the next four years and the company will add seventy nine hundred jobs during that span the trades at the heart of a probe that's now rocking Morgan Stanley's currency desks were bets links to the Turkish lira managed by a twenty seven year old trader the firm is investigating suspected miss marking of securities to conceal losses of as much as one hundred forty million dollars in a portfolio handle day to day by London based Scott Eisner Bloomberg has learned Eisner is a twenty fourteen Yale grad and associate at the firm the Turkish lira was whipsawed in twenty eighteen and earlier this year amid mounting political tensions global news twenty four hours a day on air added tictoc on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg I'm very results you're listening to a masters in business on Bloomberg radio my extra special guest this week is Joe rickets he is the founder and former CEO of TD Ameritrade one of the largest retail custodians in America with about one point three trillion dollars in assets hi he bought the Chicago Cubs in two thousand and nine in a few years later broke the hundred and eight year championship drought and he is the author of a new book the harder you work the luckier you get let's talk a little bit about this book you own the cubs.

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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Black Friday breaks record in online shopping

Seattle Kitchen

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Black Friday breaks record in online shopping

"Known as a day to hit the stores Black Friday twenty nineteen has set an online sales record adobe analytics as last year's cyber Monday still holds the record for greatest online sales in a single day but that record is expected be broken this Monday cyber Monday started in two thousand five when you shop electronically in online retailers held sales to compete with brick and mortar especially popular with shoppers of all types this year frozen to toys and sports video games and apple

Merry Clickmas: Black Friday online sales hit record $7.4B

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Merry Clickmas: Black Friday online sales hit record $7.4B

"Online sales for Black Friday hit a record high of seven point four billion dollars according to adobe analytics all that online shopping may have helped then the crowds at some of the stores and malls on Black Friday when people were feeling their online cards with phones computers and other electronics a record was also set for thanksgiving day online sales which ship four point two billion but the biggest ever online sales day was last year cyber Monday and adobe analytics expects this Monday's online sales to reach nine point four billion dollars Julie Walker New York

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Shoppers turned to their computers for Black Friday sales

Purity Products

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Shoppers turned to their computers for Black Friday sales

"The national retail federation expects sales increases between three point eight and four point two percent over last year it sees catalog sales jumping as much as fourteen percent adobe analytics says even with the shorter season online sales will be up just over fourteen percent this year compared to last I'm Tim

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Internet sales adobe analytics as consumers are expected to spend seven point six billion dollars Friday New York City shopper Amy Eustace visiting from London took advantage of the holiday deals went into the full rob and already good jail he good does in that summer Monday expected to set a new online shopping record in the U. S. with expected nine point four billion dollars in spending according to adobe western diplomats and Taliban leaders apparently confused by president trump's remarks made during an unannounced thanksgiving visit to Afghanistan president trump touching down in Florida amid new questions about his announcement that talks with the Taliban are back on they wanted to cease fire but now they do want to do a ceasefire I believe that probably work out that way but the New York times reporting the Taliban is not there yet a member of its negotiating team saying the Americans walked away from the negotiating table and now the ball is on their side the confusion comes as the president prepares to jet off to the NATO summit in London ABC's Kerr Phillips of the White House increasing security concerns around the world after the attacks Friday in London and the Netherlands a man wearing a fake explosive vest was fatally shot by police after stabbing people in the London Bridge left two people dead three injured ABC James long man is in London London is find it extraordinary that this happened in almost exactly the same place as the twenty seventeen attack that killed eight people as for the suspect he'd been arrested for terror offense and released a year ago and authorities knew of his links to Islamic terror groups in the Hague police say free miners were stabbed in the city shopping district officials say it's too early to call it a terror attack manhunt for the suspect continues in the Netherlands a powerful storm making its way east from California causing major disruptions the storm was tracking and expected to move east through the weekend this is ABC news celebrate Halloween with dressed up donuts from Duncan like the spooky sweet Halloween spider doughnut trick or treat are you a little bit old to be trick or treating no this is so it's just a really good costume anyway I hear you're giving out Duncan spider donuts didn't I just see you with your kid no that was just to my friends yeah is it working Rhonda Duncan Allman today for the Halloween spider don't.

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Head start on holiday deals tempers Black Friday frenzy

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Head start on holiday deals tempers Black Friday frenzy

"Shoppers hit the stores and malls looking for and finding Black Friday deals in the shorter than normal holiday shopping season we guide north face item a Michael Kors purses for half price which is unheard of and great deals on sports where so super excited the national retail federation expects sales increases between three point eight and four point two percent over last year it sees catalog sales jumping as much as fourteen percent adobe analytics says even with the shorter season online sales will be up just over fourteen percent this year compared to last I'm Tim acquire

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"adobe analytics" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"adobe analytics" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Credit but we'll see adobe analytics says thanksgiving day spending reached four point two billion dollars that is up sharply from last year get ready for a heavy helping of winter starting out with a blizzard tomorrow morning in the upper Midwest places like Rapid City could get a foot to have the snow at the same time this store has everything severe weather the possibility of isolated tornadoes in the Deep South the storm will spread towards the east wow it's snowing in Minneapolis the V. an ice storm building across the northeast which will transition into a nor Easter and probably dump a lot of heavy snow across is specially interior portions of the northeast but even New York City and Boston could get a accumulating snow on Monday and Tuesday meteorologist Jeff Farinelli it's time for more than fifty thousand people in southeast Texas to breathe easier now that are massive chemical fire's been contained effective immediately the evacuation order for the city the poor nations grows in NATO nine and the other areas named in the original evacuation order lifted Jefferson County at judge Jeff Brenneke urge homeowners to stay clear of any white chalky substance in call health officials if any are found Wall Street Friday in the half day of trading best monthly gain for the market since June stocks closing lower the Dow down one twelve this is CBS news did you know the state now mandates you initial four pages and sign a fifth page of a twenty three page document stating you have done your research before choosing a sewer contractor hello San Diego it's Adam Rizzo from Palomar solar and roofing reminding you that you have to do your own research before even getting a bit we recommend starting with the California.

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Online shopping expected to reach $4.4 billion on Thanksgiving Day

First Light

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Online shopping expected to reach $4.4 billion on Thanksgiving Day

"The shortened holiday shopping season is officially under way and number show many people got a jump on their list without entering the store adobe analytics release data projecting online sales Thursday alone would it four point four billion dollars ABC's Erica turkeys taking a look at some of the more old fashioned bargain hunters Black Friday sale started well before Black Friday but this is still a day of deals losing a week this year between thanksgiving and Christmas put pressure on retailers to more aggressively discount small electronics and clothing or the top pursuits for consumers but this woman is after something else for her granddaughter see what the frozen dolls so they got a month yeah you buy one get one free you know so I don't need no TV anything like that so much of the stuff for my grand kids whatever gets you in the store retailers welcome you at this time of stiff online competition Walmart is offering free coffee

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