International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)


September Comp Sales “Sluggish” as Consumer Confidence Wanes

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New York—A drop in consumer confidence, warmer temperatures, and lack of a fashion must have resulted in September comparable … [Read more...]

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New York—The really big news in fashion all seemed to be coming out of Paris this week. Looking fresh on the runways were new … [Read more...]

ICSC: Holiday Sales to Increase by 3.4%

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 New York—Sure there’s unease about what a U.S. government shutdown might mean to the economy. But unemployment dropped to its … [Read more...]

Economists Call August Comp Store Sales Lackluster

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New York—While all the remaining retailers who report monthly sales figures have yet to report them, the tally from economists so … [Read more...]

July Retail Comps Miss—Concern for Back to School Sales?

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New York—American consumers continued to look for bargains and held off spending on fall and back-to-school purchases in … [Read more...]

June Retail Comps: Best Since January

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New York—While fewer than a dozen major retailers, accounting for some 6% of the $2.4 trillion in U. S. retail sales, still report … [Read more...]

May Retail Comp Sales Better Than Expected

Warmer weather brought consumers out to shop in stores like Buckle in May.

New York—While many retailers have been reporting recently that their first quarter sales were stifled by unseasonable cold, their … [Read more...]

April Comp Retail Sales: “Generally Weak”

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New York—Ingredients such as inclement and colder-than-normal weather, worries over sequestration and its effects and the … [Read more...]

Fate of Marketplace Fairness Act Uncertain in House of Representatives

Washington—The U.S. Senate received rare raves this week when a bi-partisan majority of 69 senators voted for the passage of The … [Read more...]

ICSC: Despite Cold, March Retail Sales Could Rise 5 Percent

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New York—While retailers are still tallying their March receipts, one thing is for certain: the weather sure didn’t … [Read more...]

Report: February Comp Sales Caught a Chill

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New York—Despite a slight upsurge expected in Valentine’s Day spending, total February comparable store sales slowed due to bad … [Read more...]

Good Tidings: December Comp Sales Better Than Expected

Even post-Christmas shopping helped some retailers beat sales forecasts. Others weren't so lucky.

New York—Despite unpredictable weather and politics in Washington, retailers managed to beat what had been lowered expectations … [Read more...]