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billion dollars was spent on online shopping from 1 to 26 November 2018 in the US
billion dollars worth of Christmas trinkets are exported from China every year
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dollars is the average amount Americans spent on gifts in 2017
percent of Americans plan to spend money on Christmas gifts
The holidays can be an expensive time of year with many costs you may not be aware of.
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percent of e-commerce payments in emerging markets use cash-on-delivery
Smart homes, entertainment and food – things people buy on Black Friday
What is salience bias?
million transactions per day is Bitcoin’s limit
pounds was the average credit-card purchase in the UK
million euros were lost to card fraud in the first six months of 2018
How emotions can help you make better money choices
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Unfair outrage on price
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