There’s a potential stock crisis brewing that could offer up a nightmare before Christmas, despite historic US spending records on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. That’s according to The Edge after their analysis of retail sales over Black Friday and Cyber Monday confirmed the polarization of high-end and low-end retailers. All eyes will be on the major retail stocks as investors tentatively creep toward Christmas Eve trading following last year’s crash.
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