Luxury retailers are expecting holiday shoppers to be generous with gifts.
Memories of the recession are fading as consumers gear up for a happy holiday spending season.
The top 1 percent in income are expected to spend the most this holiday season.
Some retailers are looking to get a jump on holiday sales by opening on Thanksgiving.
National Foundation for Consumer Credit warns consumers to avoid negative consequences of Black Friday overspending.
Exuberance for gift-giving is back this holiday season, but with a twist.
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These eight ideas all cost less than $5. Yet, they are tasteful and thoughtful.