CHICAGO — Shoppers will be out this weekend in bigger numbers than last year, according to multiple surveys forecasting sales trends for Black Friday, the unofficial launch of the holiday spending season. Sixty percent of respondents to a survey by Deloitte, based here, said they plan to shop online or in stores this weekend — up from 51% who said they would do so last year. Among those who plan to shop over the Thanksgiving weekend, 63% said they would be shopping in stores ...

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