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That sounds like good news, but it's actually less than the 4. It's not that people are shopping less or not buying as much.
Instead, sales totals are being driven down by increased discounting. This holiday season growth rate is also below the expected 3.
Again, that's due at least in part to intense competition between retailers driving prices lower. While it seems like online retailers have taken a huge piece of the market, they only accounted for an estimated 10. In 2017, eMarketer expects online retail sales to grow to 11.
Others, such as dollar stores and luxury are doing well. So underneath the generally positive numbers are spots of real turmoil and contraction. In addition, overall growth at physical retailers has slowed. Digital growth is being pushed by "increases in mobile commerce and the intensifying online battle between large retailers and digital marketplaces," according to eMarketer. These predictions indicate that the slow march to more sales moving online continues, but brick-and-mortar retailers still have the vast majority of the business.
That means that while many traditional physical chains will continue to suffer, there's still a significant customer base shopping in actual stores. That creates a challenge for struggling chains like Sears Holdings that may be entering a make-or-break holiday season. Sears and Kmart need to find ways to get customers into the stores that go beyond price. That's a big challenge for the shrinking company. Chains that can give shoppers a reason to visit -- with discounts, exclusive merchandise, and even in-store events or entertainment -- still have a chance to succeed.
That's going to keep getting harder as digital convenience grows, but in 2017 there remains room for some brick-and-mortar chains to grow year-over-year comparable-store sales.
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What is clear is that the more lurid predictions made by the Remain camp before the vote have not come to pass. Here we look at some of those predictions and take stock of what Brexit has done to interest rates, inflation, pensions, foreign exchange rates and more. What has actually happened Mortgage rates, and other interest rates, have fallen in response to Brexit. Analysis The former prime minister and chancellor presumably expected sterling to fall far more than it did after the vote, forcing the Bank of England to raise rates to attract money back to Britain.
But although the pound has fallen, the decline has not been calamitous (see below).
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As a result, the Bank was able to cut rates earlier this month. Those who want to take out fixed-rate loans have also seen rates fall. The price of these deals is driven by interest rates in the broader financial markets, such as yields on gilts (government bonds), which have fallen to new record lows. What has actually happened The pound has fallen and inflation is expected to rise, although the effects take time to work through the economy.
Analysis The fall in sterling predicted before the vote has come to pass, and inflation can be expected to follow in time.
What has actually happened Theresa May has committed to keeping the triple lock for the rest of this parliament. Economic developments could render the triple lock unaffordable for the next government. Baroness Altmann, who was pensions minister under Mr Cameron, has said the commitment to the 2.
What has actually happened After an initial sharp fall, the stock market has rallied strongly to levels higher than those before the vote. Analysis Most workers other than fortunate members of final salary pension schemes have their retirement savings tied up in the stock market.
Share prices therefore have a direct impact on the financial prospects of millions of Britons. The London stock market did fall dramatically in the days after the Brexit vote, but has recovered strongly since. However, younger pension savers would arguably be better off with lower share prices, which would allow their regular contributions to buy more shares or fund units. Their older counterparts will be more concerned with the value of their accumulated pots, which will broadly be higher in the wake of the vote.
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In common parlance, this is a "50-50 chance". Guessing heads or tails on a coin toss is the classic example of an event that has even odds. In gambling, it is commonly referred to as "even money" or simply "evens" (1 to 1, or 2 for 1). The term "better than evens" (or "worse than evens") varies in meaning depending on context.
Looked at from the perspective of a gambler rather than a statistician, "better than evens" means "odds against". So, it is "better than evens" from the gambler's perspective because it pays out more than one-for-one. If an event is more likely to occur than an even chance, then the odds will be "worse than evens", and the bookmaker will pay out less than one-for-one.
In statistics, odds are an expression of relative probabilities, generally quoted as the odds in favor. The odds (in favor) of an event or a proposition is the ratio of the probability that the event will happen to the probability that the event will not happen.
Mathematically, this is a Bernoulli trial, as it has exactly two outcomes. For example, the odds that a randomly chosen day of the week is a weekend are two to five (2:5), as days of the week form a sample space of seven outcomes, and the event occurs for two of the outcomes (Saturday and Sunday), and not for the other five.
For example, the odds against a random day of the week being a weekend are 5:2. For example, "odds of a weekend are 2 to 5", while "chances of a weekend are 2 in 7". In casual use, the words odds and chances (or chance) are often used interchangeably to vaguely indicate some measure of odds or probability, though the intended meaning can be deduced by noting whether the preposition between the two numbers is to or in.
Odds as a ratio, odds as a number, and probability (also a number) are related by simple formulas, and similarly odds in favor and odds against, and probability of success and probability of failure have simple relations. This is a minor difference if the probability is small (close to zero, or "long odds"), but is a major difference if the probability is large (close to one). These transforms have certain special geometric properties: the conversions between odds for and odds against (resp.
They are thus specified by three points (sharply 3-transitive). Swapping odds for and odds against swaps 0 and infinity, fixing 1, while swapping probability of success with probability of failure swaps 0 and 1, fixing.
Converting odds to probability fixes 0, sends infinity to 1, and sends 1 to.
In probability theory and Bayesian statistics, odds may sometimes be more natural or more convenient than probabilities. This is often the case in problems of sequential decision making as for instance in problems of how to stop (online) on a last specific event which is solved by the odds algorithm.
Similar ratios are used elsewhere in Bayesian statistics, such as the Bayes factor. Odds-ratios are often used in analysis of clinical trials. In some cases the log-odds are used, which is the logit of the probability. Most simply, odds are frequently multiplied or divided, and log converts multiplication to addition and division to subtractions. Answer: The odds in favour of a blue marble are 2:13. One can equivalently say, that the odds are 13:2 against.
There are 2 out of 15 chances in favour of blue, 13 out of 15 against blue. That value may be regarded as the relative probability the event will happen, expressed as a fraction (if it is less than 1), or a multiple (if it is equal to or greater than one) of the likelihood that the event will not happen. In the very first example at top, saying the odds of a Sunday are "one to six" or, less commonly, "one-sixth" means the probability of picking a Sunday randomly is one-sixth the probability of not picking a Sunday.
While the mathematical probability of an event has a value in the range from zero to one, "the odds" in favor of that same event lie between zero and infinity. It is 6 times as likely that a random day is not a Sunday. The use of odds in gambling facilitates betting on events where the relative probabilities of outcomes varied. For example, on a coin toss or a match race between two evenly matched horses, it is reasonable for two people to wager level stakes.