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Thanksgiving became a billion-dollar online shopping day for the first time this year as more consumers used tablets to browse for deals from their couches and e-commerce companies ramped up the promotions.
Stocks rose in holiday-shortened trading Friday, putting the market on track for another strong month.
Black Friday numbers are already in from some major retailers. Wal-Mart
said it served more than 22 million customers this year.
At least three people were injured in a shooting in a shooting related to Black Friday in the Chicago area early Friday morning, ABC News reported.
Street will focus on retailers this Friday as the holiday shopping
season kicks-off. Jim Cramer has his eye on Hewlett-Packard. Ruben
Ramirez reports from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
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