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Shoppers' spending surprisingly strong in March

Shoppers shrugged off higher gas prices and cool temperatures to give retailers a surprisingly strong March. Full story

Tennessee shoppers pay highest sales tax rate

Shoppers in Tennessee, California, Arizona, Louisiana and Washington state pay the highest retail sales tax rates, according to a report released on Thursday by the Tax Foundation. Full story

Shoppers to spend more, stay thrifty: Deloitte

Shoppers will continue to spend more this year, spurred by a slowly improving job market and an uptick in income, but enough shoppers are still struggling with their finances that any increase will be modest, a retail industry expert said. Full story

Fancy Florida ATM spits out gold bars

Shoppers who are looking for something sparkly to put under the Christmas tree can skip the jewelry and go straight to the source: an ATM that dispenses gold bars and coins. Full story

Holiday shoppers look for bargains

   Shoppers plan to spend more this holiday, but as NBC's Lindsay Wilcox reports they are definitely shopping for bargains.

Shoppers Shell out $45B

   Shoppers on Thanksgiving Day doubled in past 5 years to 22.3 million, with CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

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  Nov. 24: Nightly News Wednesday broadcast

Taking holiday travel in stride; Delay found guilty of money laundering; Tensions remain high in S. Korea; U.S. pressures China to stop N. Korean aggression; Afghanistan’s forgotten tribe; Shoppers put smart technology to use; Giving thanks to the troops

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Shoppers walk past the the Oscar de la Renta display at the Saks 5th Ave. retail store, Thursday, April 8, 2010 in New York. Luxury retailer Saks Inc.'s sales at stores open at least a year grew 12.7 percent in March, lifted by strong results in women's designer clothing, handbags, men's clothing an