Black Friday: The consumer ‘is feeling stressed,’ strategist says

Black friday: the consumer ‘is feeling stressed,’ strategist says

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Boston Consulting Group Senior Partner & Global Head of Retail Strategy Brad Loftus joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the shift in consumer spending and the outlook for Black Friday shopping. This segment originally aired November 23, 2022.

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