HIGH POINT — Providers of financing options for retail purchasers of furniture say they’re not worried about the effect of the 2020 Presidential campaigns on their business nor on consumer spending.
Internet Retailer asked retail industry insiders to gaze into their crystal balls to tell us what retail developments everyone will be talking about next year.
HIGH POINT, N.C.—Furniture retailers attending High Point Market are more optimistic than they were a year ago, with just more than 45 percent of them saying they expect furniture purchasing volume to increase in the second half of 2019.
TD Bank’s fourth-annual furniture retailer survey shows optimism in the furniture industry, with a majority of retailers (45%) expecting furniture sales to increase through 2019.
The study, conducted during High Point Market, shows that optimism has increased since 2017, when just 35% of retailers expected furniture sales to increase.
There they go again. For the third time in about three months, the Federal Reserve has cut interest rates — a move that's likely to have an impact on the credit cards in your wallet and maybe your monthly house payment, to name a couple of examples.