LONDON--(Marketwire - Nov 7, 2012) - The catalog & mail order houses industry, which includes companies such as eBay Inc. and Amazon.com Inc., currently has a lot to look forward to. Improved consumer confidence in the U.S. together with a growing number of middle-class citizens in emerging markets such as China augur well for the industry, and the upcoming holiday season as well as Black Friday could also provide a boost.
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With customers more willing to spend, companies have been doing what they can to take advantage of the upswing. Some have been launching new online stores, while others have been releasing new products. A growing number of online shoppers is also a plus, and with the proliferation of smartphones and tablets, online retailers are seeing even more web traffic. See what our analysts have to say on Amazon.com Inc. Follow the Link below
On the foreign front, a swelling number of internet users in China are driving sales for a slew of online companies. Internet penetration rates continue to rise, and online shopping is growing in popularity. Several companies have been taking steps to grow their presence in China, and those that can successfully bolster operations there could be in-line for significant gains. Analyst opinion on eBay Inc. accessible for free at
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