Retailers will sell more higher price point home decor items for the upcoming fourth-quarter holiday seasons of Halloween and Christmas, said executives polled during a recent conference of the General Merchandise Distributors Council, Colorado Springs, Colo. However, once these products find their way to the shelves, it will be the ones that consumers can readily perceive as a value -- even among upscale products -- that will sell, the executives said. Among the products that will move at ...

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