Holiday Shopping is a Mixed Bag

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Holiday Shopping is a Mixed Bag

November 30, 2020

Holiday Shopping is a Mixed Bag

Coronavirus has changed a lot about this holiday season. And the pandemic-induced recession means the way people spend their money is different too. One portion of the country may be spending big, while the other struggles to get by. CNN’s Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans explains how the entire holiday shopping window is different this year and what that means for all of us.    

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