Delta variant, supply-chain chaos could derail back-to-school shopping


A worker stocks shelves of back-to-school supplies at a Target store on August 03, 2020 in Colma, California.

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U.S. shoppers are growing more anxious about visiting stores and trying on clothing in dressing rooms, according to a recent survey.

Some of those polled by First Insight also say they are beginning to cut back on spending due to the resurgence in Covid cases.

Both trends threaten to slow momentum for what many were predicting to be an incredibly strong back-to-school shopping season.

Deloitte has estimated that back-to-school spending for kids in grades K-12 would reach $32.5 billion this year, up 16% from 2020 and 17% from 2019….


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