Women drive the bulk of household purchasing decisions in China. What do they want to spend their money on?
An uptick in dress sales at Urban Outfitters suggests that people are looking ahead to a time when it's safer to socialize.
Money can’t buy happiness, but that’s never stopped anyone from trying.
As the pandemic retreats, Americans who can afford to spend on things they've been deprived of may start spending.
Nostalgia, art and investment potential have led to an increase in the sports card market, one expert says.
Our shopping and socializing behaviors have changed drastically since the COVID-19 crisis started
“We like to curse processed foods,” says Jeffrey Miller. “But we usually do it with a mouth full of them.”