Report: Online sales to see smaller holiday boost

10/22/2008 | Reuters

In keeping with general forecasts for a slower holiday shopping season, U.S. online holiday sales are expected to increase by their lowest margin ever, to $44 billion, Forrester Research forecasts. The anticipated 12% increase this holiday season will be led by current buyers, a fifth of whom are expected to buy more online this season.

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