The Bureau of Economic Analysis reported today that the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) saw the opposite from its July report where GDP was down 33 percent, this time the GDP increased 33 percent thanks to businesses reopening and activities resuming that were postponed or restricted by COVID19.
The increase in real GDP reflected increases in personal consumption expenditures (PCE), private inventory investment, exports, nonresidential fixed investment, and residential fixed investment that were partly offset by decreases in federal government spending (reflecting fewer fees paid to administer the Paycheck Protection Program loans) and state and local government spending. Imports, which are a subtraction in the calculation of GDP, increased (table 2).
The increase in PCE reflected increases in services (led by health care as well as food services and accommodations) and goods (led by motor vehicles and parts as well as clothing and footwear). The increase in private inventory investment primarily reflected an increase in retail trade (led by motor vehicle dealers). The increase in exports primarily reflected an increase in goods (led by automotive vehicles, engines, and parts as well as capital goods). The increase in nonresidential fixed investment primarily reflected an increase in equipment (led by transportation equipment). The increase in residential fixed investment primarily reflected an increase in brokers’ commissions and other ownership transfer costs.
The weekly unemployment claims reported by the United States Department Of Labor also saw its lowest numbers yet today, with claims at 751,000, insured unemployment rate at 5.8, and insured number at 7,756,000, all at their lowest since the start of the pandemic.
The United States Department Of Labor released its weekly unemployment claims figures today, and it’s reported another low number since the start of the COVID19 pandemic, 751,000 initial claims were filed over the last week, 40,000 less than the week before which was revised to 791,000 from 787,000.
The insured unemployment rate also saw its lowest number during the pandemic, a 0.5 percent decrease from a revised 5.8 percent that was initially at 5.7 percent, plus those on insured unemployment fell by 709,000 to 7,756,000 from last week’s 8,465,000 revised by 92,000.
Kristin Cavallari stakes her claim on Dallas, Texas today by announcing the opening of a third Uncommon James store, Kristin’s celebrating the milestone by offering you 50 percent off on Kristin’s UJ The Fighter Necklace when you use the promo code DALLAS.
An ode to country strong, y’all, the Uncommon James Fighter Necklace is a classic chain with a longhorn pendant plated in 14 karat gold, this standout piece is best worn anytime you need a touch of country, Kristin’s surely excited to establish Texas roots with Uncommon James coming to Dallas’s Deep Ellum neighborhood in Spring 2021.
Kristin Cavallari announced first thing today that Uncommon James is opening a third brick and mortar store in the Deep Ellum neighborhood of Dallas, Texas this coming Spring 2021, Kristin and the UJ team are incredibly thrilled about expanding its footprint, already stamped in Nashville, Tennessee, and Chicago, Illinois.
Though, no details can be revealed yet about the new UJ Dallas store, but Kristin can promise that this location will be something special while establishing Texas roots.
Plus, this new UJ Dallas store will not only bring opportunity, but something bigger for Uncommon James, this location will represent the future of Uncommon James, and the metamorphosis of Uncommon James due to take place in 2021.
Audrina Patridge got in some good ole fashioned retail therapy tonight as Audrina was shopping with Ashley Wahler, the wife of Jason Wahler (“Laguna Beach”/ “The Hills”), and also Audrina’s cast member the MTV reboot “The Hills: New Beginnings”, readying themselves for the upcoming second season of “The Hills: New Beginnings”, which will resume filming despite COVID19, both also has stylist, Lisa Landers, helping them along with their outfit looks.
Lauren Conrad and Kohl’s are going all in with LC Lauren Conrad accessories today as all these LC Kohl’s items are on sale such as handbags, totes, backpacks, scarfs, hats, earmuffs, just to name a few at 30 percent off the regular price, plus you can take an extra 20 percent off with promo code TREAT20 till November 1, and earn $10 Kohl’s Cash for every $50 purchase you make through November 1, redeemable November 2 to 10.
Nina Dobrev, best known for her role in the CW series “The Vampire Diaries”, gave the world today seductive bloody style to suck on with jewelry and diamonds from both Anabela Chan who’s jewelry empowers and seen on many celebs, and Vhernier who provides soft curves, bold dimensions, color plays, and distinctive style that measures Italian culture, powered today by Dorazio PR.
Elvis Cordero, the son of the late Nick Cordero, who’s mom also is Amanda Kloots, made both mommy and daddy proud today by following into Nick’s footsteps with his first pair of tap shoes, Elvis also on cue did his first tap dance for mommy and the rest of the family, mimicking rhythm, making mommy proud while Amanda also cemented herself as a future stage mom to Elvis.
Though, we will return to physical in-person shopping one day after COVID19’s long gone, plus a recession now and after COVID, cozy up and plan to see online sales and activity surge and stay that way for years to come, so now you absolutely have to put all your time and energy into e-commerce, and present it with the utmost experience possible.
The first part of this Curve webinar provides step by step instructions on goosing up your homepage, blogger providers to look to, key presentation points, and taking all the tools necessary needed to build up your e-commerce and turn it into a destination that your clientele and future clientele will return again and again.
One key thing to remember going into the holidays this year in 2020 during a pandemic is that retailers are pivoting from just Cyber Monday and Black Friday for one day, our new reality has forced retailers to make every day Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Kristin Cavallari told Us Weekly today she’s putting her differences aside with soon to be ex-husband, Jay Cutler, and Kristin will be spending Thanksgiving with Jay, as well as their 3 children, because that’s what family’s do, Kristin is happy where she and Jay are at right now, plus Jay is frying turkey and smoked leg, while Kristin cooks sides out of “True Comfort”.