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Retail Jewelry Industry in the U.S. 2015 Report

Retail jewelers in the United States continued to adapt to challenges and changes throughout the industry in 2014, with price deflation, slow sales and a growing market share among online retailers standing out as the most significant obstacles for traditional brick-and-mortar jewelers. For the first time in 15 years, simultaneous price deflation affected both jewelry consumers and jewelry suppliers. Prices of retail jewelry fell by 3% in 2014, while supplier-side prices plummeted 7%, resulting in slimmer margins for retail jewelers and suppliers. 

Nathan Munn | Polygon.net

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Retail Jewelry Industry in the U.S. 2015 Report

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