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Stock markets closed early on Friday, as the Black Friday shopping holiday continues across the US. Retail stocks got a boost on Friday, with Macy's rising more than 4% as one of biggest winners. The CEO told CNBC that Macy's online business is going strong. The company, along with its retail competitors, still have a lot of work ahead this holiday season, as consumer trends have shifted online, and brick-and-mortar stores have been struggling. Black Friday is giving retail stocks a boost.
Women shop at a Macy's department store in Roosevelt Field shopping mall in Garden City Thomson Reuters Macy's stock rose 4% to $21.45 on Black Friday, outperforming other large retailers. CEO Jeff Gennette said on CNBC the company had "very robust online demand" on Black Friday this year. Gennette said the company is doing better this year than last year but has a lot of work to do if it wants to post a good holiday quarter.
By finanzen.net GmbH Macy's stock rose 4% to $21.45 on Black Friday, outperforming other large retailers. CEO Jeff Gennette said on CNBC the company had "very robust online demand" on Black Friday this year. Gennette said the company is doing better this year than last year but has a lot of work to do if it wants to post a good holiday quarter. The stock is struggling amidst an ongoing retail apocalypse and is down 39.01% this year. "We have got to earn our dollar every day," Gennette told CNBC.
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