Britain’s Biggest Ever Black Friday May Come at A Cost

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On the “Black Friday” spending in Britain the discount shopping day looks set to break record of the last year despite the warnings that the retailers of shops would be wise to shun an event that imported from the US (United States).

Decision by the supermarket group Asda that the misgivings about the broader impact on crucial pre-Christmas trading illustrated and itself owned by Wal-Mart of America, not to join the frenzy this year.

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An argument by the Asda has said that the shoppers do not want to have big fluctuations in prices.

Other retailers are already prepared themselves to take the risk and they also sign up for an event that is sparked brawls in stores last year as shoppers wrestled over bargains.

The day after the Thanksgiving holiday of US, Black Friday, was so named because spending would surge and retailers would traditionally begin to turn a profit for the year, moving from the red into the black.

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