Michael Allison

Professor of Economics, University of Missouri St. Louis

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Professor of Economics who tracks the retail industry at the University of Missouri St. Louis

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The day after Thanksgiving traditionally is the biggest shopping day of the year.  But this time, things could be different.

Gloomy Outlook for Holiday Season Spending

The day after Thanksgiving traditionally is the biggest shopping day of the year.  But this time, things could be different.

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