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Fearing supplies shortage, Black Friday receives huge turnout

Black Friday

Americans have rushed to the stores to take advantage of the Black Friday offers at the beginning of the shopping season, which precedes the end of the year.

Internet data showed that weeks ago Americans began spending and buying large sums of goods, fearing a shortage of supplies.

The shopping season offers has begun in preparation for New Year’s Day. Observers will often see, from now until the end of the year, Americans queuing in front of stores before they open their doors to seize the opportunity to purchase high-demand goods.

After the Coronavirus pandemic drove away the crowds of shoppers last year, they returned in great numbers, in an indication that Coronavirus vaccines have returned life in the United States to nearly normal.

Online shoppers have spent $76 billion very early since early November, 20% more than last year, according to data from Adobe Software, which expected somewhat lower offers this year due to higher costs.

This rise gave companies more optimism about the shopping season, as it means that more shoppers responded to calls from stores to buy goods early this year, amid jams at ports and other logistical problems that raised concerns about shortages, which are in high demand.

On the other hand, retail stores and the watch market are very optimistic about spending levels in the current shopping season, in light of low unemployment and the relatively strong financial position of families, partly due to government programs to stimulate spending.

Stock markets fell Friday around the world amid fears that the new mutator of the virus, which was detected in South Africa, could impede the global economic recovery.

The pandemic warning signs were visible throughout the shopping district in Manhattan, New York.

Signs at Macy’s remind shoppers to stay six feet (about two metres) away from each other.

While stations to conduct Covid tests were set up in front of shops, where crowds of people, most of them wearing large masks, but not as large as they were before the epidemic.

However, the movement of customers inside the stores indicated that many of them adapted to the “new normal” of life with the pandemic, and there were clear gaps in some stores, and in some stores the lack of goods was clear, “which stimulates the turnout on Black Friday more.


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