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Traffic at stores on Black Friday fell by 52.1% compared with last year, according to preliminary data from Sensormatic Solutions. "Shoppers are spreading out their shopping throughout the holiday season because of concerns about social distancing and the pandemic," said Brian Field. Online spending on Black Friday surged 21.6% to hit a new record, according to data from Adobe Analytics. Shoppers looking at Macy's Black Friday specials in Maumee, Ohio, November 27, 2020. Stephen Zenner | SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images Traffic at stores on Black Friday fell by 52.1% compared with last year, as Americans by and large eschewed heading to malls and queuing up in lines for shopping online, according to preliminary data from Sensormatic Solutions. For the six key weeks of the holiday season this year, traffic in retail stores is expected to be down 22% to 25% year over year , an earlier forecast by Sensormatic Solutions said. "We knew Black Friday [traffic] was going to be down, we just didn't know how much it was going to be down," said Brian why not try here Field, a senior director of global retail consulting at Sensormatic Solutions. "Shoppers are spreading out their shopping throughout the holiday season because of concerns about social distancing and the pandemic." The Covid pandemic has pushed a record number of consumers to shop online, instead, as retailers place many of their top holiday doorbuster deals online and encourage shoppers to buy on the web and then pick up purchases curbside. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also recommended that Americans shop online the day after Thanksgiving. Many malls looked bleak, and parking lots were more empty than full , across much of the country during the early hours of the morning Friday. Some reported traffic picking up later in the day, especially at outlet and open-air shopping centers, as some consumers felt more comfortable heading out.

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/28/black-friday-traffic-in-stores-craters-52percent-during-pandemic.html

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Marvel, Loki, Spider-Man 3, and now, you can finally add the Disney+ series Hawkeye to that list. Jeremy took to Instagram sharing a photo of himself as the title character all beaten up and bruised, which could mean he has started filming but is most likely just a make-up test. Yesterday, Chris Welsh of TheVerge.com shared an image of a production notice titled “Anchor Point,” which is the working title for the series. It appears filming is also set to begin on Tuesday in downtown Brooklyn in New York next week. It is unclear if this just exterior filming, which Spider-Man did in New York last month before going into production with actors this month. Hawkeye is expected to film the majority of the series at Trilith Studios in Atlanta, Georgia. Disney+ Hawkeye show gonna be doing some filming in downtown Brooklyn next week. pic.twitter.com/J2bWdr9TQ4 Read: Alfred Molina Rumored To Reprise The Role Of Doctor Octopus In ‘Spider-Man 3’ Not much is known on the series at this time but reports earlier this year revealed that Clint’s brother Barney Barton aka Trickshot and the New York crime organization Tracksuit Mafia would make appearances. There are previous reports stating that villain Madame Masque will be a supporting character, as well as Echo.

https://thedisinsider.com/2020/11/27/marvel-studios-hawkeye-series-to-begin-production-next-week/