U.S wages had an all-time high in September and Cyber Monday is the largest online shopping day in history

Money makes the world go around, and online shopping is taking off. Cyber Monday hit a new record of $6,59 Billion in sales which is up 16,8% from last years $5,64 Billion. Black Friday is close with its $5,03 Billion in sales and also that is up 16,9%.

Sales on Smartphones came in at an average orders of $123 on Apple iOS with Google Android close at $110. Adobe predicts this will be the first-ever holiday season to break $100 Billion in online sales. This is impressive.

Cyber Monday is the largest U.S online shopping day ever, but take a look at China and Jack Mas Alibaba. The e-commerce giant reported sales of $25,4 Billion in sales earlier this month on Chinas Singles` Day. Wow.

Top sellers on Cyber Monday included the Nintendo Switch, Apple AirPods and streaming devices like Google Chromecast and Roku.

Smartphones stands for 33,1% of revenue and 47,4% of visits which is a new record. Smartphone revenue grew 32,2% compared to 2016, reaching $1,59 Billion and that is a new all-time high.

The holiday season kicks off with Thanksgiving, followed by Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Thanksgiving has been celebrated in the U.S nationally on and off since 1789, after Congress requested a proclamation by George Washington.

President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national day of «Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens,» to be celebrated on the last Thursday in November.

The «First Thanksgiving» was celebrated by the Pilgrims after their harvest in the New World in October 1621. That was then, but this is now. Time has changed. Now, people spend most of their time thinking what they might need rather than what they already have.

Retailers have competed to give consumers the best deal and people kicked off their holiday season to go shopping off and online to snap up a great bargain. This mirroring the U.S consumer confidence.

The U.S economy expanded an annualized 3,3% on quarter in the third quarter of 2017. Economic Optimism in the U.S rose 6,6% in 53,6 in November this year. Record low came in at 35,80 in August of 2011.

U.S Wages had an all-time high in September of 2017 peaking at 22,23 USD/Hour.

 

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