Will Retail Rebound This Holiday Season? [INFOGRAPHIC]

by QuickBooks

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The jury’s still out on whether or not we can declare the 2010 holiday shopping season as a rebound year for retailers, but early indicators look promising. The average U.S. holiday shopper spent $22 more during Black Friday weekend this year than last year, and Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales grew 9 percent and 16 percent, respectively.

Since the holidays represent an important (and in some cases essential) season for small retail businesses, we wanted to share the latest stats sheet on how U.S. retailers — both large and small — are faring so far this holiday season.

Click on the infographic for an enlarged view.

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