Jewelry - US - August 2010
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The U.S. retail jewelry market continues to struggle through the economic recession as consumers continue to limit discretionary spending and the price of precious metals remains high. Brick and mortar stores are also losing ground to online merchandisers as shoppers use the internet to do their comparison shopping and ultimately make the entire transaction through purchase online. In this report, Mintel takes a look at the jewelry market projected to reach $49.3 billion in 2010, showing growth this year for the first time since 2007. Among other things, this report looks at the following:
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