The rate of closings decreased significantly.
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The rate of closings increased considerably.
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The number of closures is down significantly from 2018's figure.
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The pace of industry shrinkage edged upward.
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The pace of closures has slowed recently.
The rate of closings slowed considerably.
The number of closures is up from 2017's figure.
That's higher than in the third quarter of last year.
SAM FRIBUSH of Berman’s Jewelers in Ellicott, MD, had worked in the business for 54 years and never thought of it as a job — until recently. “I...
Closings are flat, and more new businesses are opening. The Jewelers Board of Trade reported that 195 U.S. jewelry retailers closed their doors in the second...
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