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Walmart's (WMT.N) and Best Buy's websites also slashed prices by hundreds of dollars on some laptops and televisions.

Overall, shoppers found discounts of as much as 27% off listed prices on computers, Adobe said, and double-digit discounts on nearly all other categories, including apparel, toys and furniture.

With inflation running at multi-decade highs, consumers will still have to shell out more for popular products because prices have risen faster than promotions in many categories, according to data provided by DataWeave.

For the five days from Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday - one of the busiest shopping periods during the holiday season - Adobe estimates online spending will rise 2.8% to $34.8 billion.

This comes after brick-and-mortar stores and malls saw thinner crowds than usual on Black Friday due to inclement weather in some parts of the country.

Last year, Cyber Monday sales fell 1.4%, according to Adobe Analytics, as retailers kicked off holiday promotions early to avoid product shortages amid a global shipping crisis.

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Killexams : Black Friday online sales to hit record despite high inflation -Adobe Analytics

Nov 25 (Reuters) - U.S. online spending is expected to set a record for Black Friday, according to Adobe Analytics, as steep discounts lured consumers against the backdrop of high inflation, kicking off the year's biggest shopping event on a strong note.

Initial numbers from Adobe Analytics, the data and insights arm of software company Adobe Inc (ADBE.O), showed shoppers are expected to spend between $9 billion and $9.2 billion online on Friday, topping its forecast for a modest 1% rise to $9 billion.

As of 6 p.m. EST (2300 GMT) on Friday, Adobe data showed shoppers spent an estimated $7.28 billion online.

"E-commerce demand has remained strong regardless, and Black Friday is set to surpass $9 billion in online sales for the first time, as consumers come to value the ease and convenience of shopping from home," said Vivek Pandya, lead analyst at Adobe Digital Insights.

"Some shoppers are returning to physical stores for Black Friday, after two years where pandemic-related anxieties kept many people at home," Pandya added.

Adobe Analytics, which measures e-commerce by tracking transactions at websites, has access to data covering purchases at 85% of the top 100 internet retailers in the United States.

Adobe's analysis covers over 1 trillion visits to retail websites; Adobe does not disclose the names of the company sites it tracks.

Early holiday deals, including a second Amazon Prime Day event in October, were expected to take some of the shine off the biggest shopping days of the year.

More Americans placed orders through their smartphones over the holiday, with mobile shopping expected to drive 53% of Black Friday online sales. Mobile orders accounted for 55% of online Thanksgiving sales.

Cyber Week, which runs five days from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday, is expected to generate $34.8 billion in online spending, up 2.8% from the year-ago period, according to the report.

"As Black Friday discounts transition to being pre-Cyber Monday discounts, we expect online spending momentum to continue through the weekend." Pandya said.

Reporting by Deborah Sophia and Mrinmay Dey in Bengaluru; Editing by Anil D'Silva, Krishna Chandra Eluri, Leslie Adler and William Mallard

Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

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Killexams : $9.12 billion spent in a day: New Black Friday online spending record set in 2022, report says

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Killexams : Holiday shopping sets records on paper, but inflation takes its toll

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Shoppers spent big over a record-breaking five-day holiday shopping weekend, shelling out more than ever on the year’s premier online shopping day.

Consumers spent $35.4 billion online over the five-day period, according to data from Adobe Analytics. On Cyber Monday — the biggest shopping day of the long weekend — sales hit a record $11.3 billion, a 5.3 percent jump from last year, while online Black Friday sales ticked up 2.3 percent to $9.12 billion.

U.S. shoppers also spent on Thanksgiving and the weekend, with sales hitting $5.3 billion on Thursday and a combined $9.6 billion on Saturday and Sunday.

The figures are not adjusted for inflation, which has been hovering at decades-high levels, experts note. That suggests consumers could be spending more for less.

“If inflation is up 8 percent and sales are up 5 percent or so, people are definitely buying less — there’s no question about that,” said Forrester analyst Sucharita Kodali. She cautioned that without in-person sales numbers, it’s hard to see a full picture.

Still, there’s some bright news for retailers. It seems more people are opening their wallets and searching for deals before peak gift-giving season hits.

A record 196.7 million people shopped over the weekend, according to the National Retail Federation. That “shattered expectations by more than 30 million,” according to the trade group’s president and chief executive, Matthew Shay.

“Black Friday is a very big day, and this continues to be a very important bellwether for the consumer psyche as well as the strength of our economy,” Shay said during a media call Tuesday, adding that the numbers reflect a promising enthusiasm from shoppers.

Shay said the numbers reflect an “enormous resurgence” of shopping at physical stores. But foot-traffic data from the analytics firm Placer.ai found that visits to indoor shopping malls on Black Friday were down 2.3 percent compared with last year, while outlet malls recorded a 3.9 percent decline and open-air lifestyle centers were down 0.5 percent.

The retail federation reported that 130 million people shopped online over the weekend, a modest increase from last year’s 128 million. More people than ever shopped on their phones this year, according to Adobe Analytics, accounting for 55 percent of online sales.

Shopify, which tracks online and in-store data using its commerce platform, reported record sales from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday — 52 million consumers globally spent $7.5 billion on Shopify merchants, a 19 percent increase over last year.

“Consumers voted with their wallets over Black Friday [and] Cyber Monday by shopping with independent businesses,” said Shopify President Harley Finkelstein. “The future of commerce is on any surface, whether that’s shopping online or in store.”

Part of this could be because smaller merchants have been gaining share by utilizing the internet, Forrester’s Kodali said.

Still, it’s unlikely retailers will see the same boost as in the past two seasons, when there was more of a rush to spend on shopping during the height of the pandemic. Now, inflation is weighing heavily on family’s budgets and a tumultuous stock market has put some people’s savings in question. Consumer confidence slipped again in November, reaching a four-month low. The Conference Board, which releases the consumer index report, said inflation and interest rate hikes are the top threats to consumer confidence and economic growth.

But holiday shoppers have become savvier — hunting for deals, comparing prices and taking advantage of buy-now-pay-later offerings. Transaction data from Afterpay from Black Friday to Cyber Monday showed a 120 percent growth over last year. Adobe Analytics reported that over the five-day shopping period, there was an 85 percent increase from the week before.

The highest-performing shopping categories were clothing, toys, gift cards, electronics and media, including books and video games, according to Phil Rist, the executive vice president of strategy at Prosper Insights and Analytics.

With holiday season underway, retailers face a possible resurgence of supply chain snarl-ups reminiscent of last year. The looming threat of a rail strike is sparking fears that freight train stoppages could “have a ripple effect across the economy,” Shay said.

Retailers have been preparing for a possible strike since September, when a strike was narrowly averted. But a complete shutdown would strain the rest of the supply chain.

“Any slowdown, stoppage and delay … will put pressure on the other distribution centers, which are already trying to recover from the pandemic,” Shay said.

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Killexams : Black Friday online sales to hit record despite high inflation -Adobe Analytics

(Reuters) -U.S. online spending is expected to set a record for Black Friday, according to Adobe Analytics, as steep discounts lured consumers against the backdrop of high inflation, kicking off the year's biggest shopping event on a strong note.

Initial numbers from Adobe Analytics, the data and insights arm of software company Adobe Inc, showed shoppers are expected to spend between $9 billion and $9.2 billion online on Friday, topping its forecast for a modest 1% rise to $9 billion.

As of 6 p.m. EST (2300 GMT) on Friday, Adobe data showed shoppers spent an estimated $7.28 billion online.

"E-commerce demand has remained strong regardless, and Black Friday is set to surpass $9 billion in online sales for the first time, as consumers come to value the ease and convenience of shopping from home," said Vivek Pandya, lead analyst at Adobe Digital Insights.

"Some shoppers are returning to physical stores for Black Friday, after two years where pandemic-related anxieties kept many people at home," Pandya added.

Adobe Analytics, which measures e-commerce by tracking transactions at websites, has access to data covering purchases at 85% of the top 100 internet retailers in the United States.

Adobe's analysis covers over 1 trillion visits to retail websites; Adobe does not disclose the names of the company sites it tracks.

Early holiday deals, including a second Amazon Prime Day event in October, were expected to take some of the shine off the biggest shopping days of the year.

More Americans placed orders through their smartphones over the holiday, with mobile shopping expected to drive 53% of Black Friday online sales. Mobile orders accounted for 55% of online Thanksgiving sales.

Cyber Week, which runs five days from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday, is expected to generate $34.8 billion in online spending, up 2.8% from the year-ago period, according to the report.

"As Black Friday discounts transition to being pre-Cyber Monday discounts, we expect online spending momentum to continue through the weekend." Pandya said.

(Reporting by Deborah Sophia and Mrinmay Dey in Bengaluru; Editing by Anil D'Silva, Krishna Chandra Eluri, Leslie Adler and William Mallard)

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