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On nimeltään musta perjantai. Liittyykö jotenkin marraskuun pimeyteen vai onko kiitospäivän jälkeisenä perjantaina tapahtunut jotain kamalaa?

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Et ole googlesta kuullut?

Äh, sieltä tulee vain tolkuton määrä mainoksia.

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Siksi että iso osa kaupoista saa huijattua heräteostoille. Joulukin alkaa jo lokakuussa.

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For many years, retailers pushed opening times on Black Friday earlier and earlier, eventually reaching midnight, before opening on the evening of Thanksgiving. In 2009, Kmart opened at 7 P.M. on Thanksgiving in order to allow shoppers to avoid Black Friday traffic and return home in time for dinner with their families. Two years later, a number of retailers began opening at 8 P.M. or 9 P.M., on what became derisively known as "Black Thursday". In subsequent years, other stores have followed this trend, opening earlier and earlier on Thanksgiving, or remaining open all day, beginning in the early morning hours.[23][24] Some retail and media sources have used the terms "Gray Thursday" or "Brown Thursday" instead.[25][26][27]

The 2014 "Black Thursday" sales were generally a failure, as overall sales for the holiday week-end fell 11% compared to the previous year despite heavy traffic at the stores on Thanksgiving night.[28] In response, a number of retailers decided to go back to closing on Thanksgiving for 2015, and Walmart, although it is holding firm opening on the holiday and holding its sale, also pledged to offer the same deals online for those who wished to stay home.[29]

Retailers have received pushback from some consumers over opening on Thanksgiving Day.[30] Shopper opposition to stores opening on Thursday includes the perceived over-commercialization of Thanksgiving, retail workers not being able to spend time with their loved ones on the holiday,[31] and Thursday doorbuster sales forcing consumers to sacrifice enjoying Thanksgiving evening with their families in order to avoid missing out on highly sought-after items which might not be available again prior to Christmas.

Löysin tämän enkä käytä googlea.

Kiitos. Vielä kun käännät tuon suomeksi. En osaa ranskan kieltä kovinkaan hyvin.

Spasiibo.

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For many years, retailers pushed opening times on Black Friday earlier and earlier, eventually reaching midnight, before opening on the evening of Thanksgiving. In 2009, Kmart opened at 7 P.M. on Thanksgiving in order to allow shoppers to avoid Black Friday traffic and return home in time for dinner with their families. Two years later, a number of retailers began opening at 8 P.M. or 9 P.M., on what became derisively known as "Black Thursday". In subsequent years, other stores have followed this trend, opening earlier and earlier on Thanksgiving, or remaining open all day, beginning in the early morning hours.[23][24] Some retail and media sources have used the terms "Gray Thursday" or "Brown Thursday" instead.[25][26][27]

The 2014 "Black Thursday" sales were generally a failure, as overall sales for the holiday week-end fell 11% compared to the previous year despite heavy traffic at the stores on Thanksgiving night.[28] In response, a number of retailers decided to go back to closing on Thanksgiving for 2015, and Walmart, although it is holding firm opening on the holiday and holding its sale, also pledged to offer the same deals online for those who wished to stay home.[29]

Retailers have received pushback from some consumers over opening on Thanksgiving Day.[30] Shopper opposition to stores opening on Thursday includes the perceived over-commercialization of Thanksgiving, retail workers not being able to spend time with their loved ones on the holiday,[31] and Thursday doorbuster sales forcing consumers to sacrifice enjoying Thanksgiving evening with their families in order to avoid missing out on highly sought-after items which might not be available again prior to Christmas.

Löysin tämän enkä käytä googlea.

Kiitos. Vielä kun käännät tuon suomeksi. En osaa ranskan kieltä kovinkaan hyvin.

Spasiibo.

Tuota... jos et tunnista englannin kieltä niin ehkä joku sinusta vastuussa oleva huoltaja voisi neuvoa tän asian suhteen. Ja jatkossa älä käytä laitteita missä on netti.

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Jenkkien kirjanpidossa viivan alle jäävä tappio kirjoitetaan punaisella ja voitto taasen mustalla. Perinteisesti kiitospäivän jälkeisen perjantain myynti on kääntänyt kauppojen tulokset voitolliseksi ja siksi sitä kutsutaan nimellä Black Friday.

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Kiitospaivan jalkeinen perjantai avaa jouluostoskauden kun useimmilla se on lomapaiva.

Miksi sita kutsutaan Black Fridayksi on hieman epaselvaa mutta nykyisin yleisin selitys on se etta sina paivana kauppiaat alkoivat tehda voittoa (mustaa mustetta tilikirjoissa punaisen - tappion sijasta).

Muutamissa kaupungeissa silla viitataan suuriin ruuhkiin.

t. usalainen

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Jenkkien kirjanpidossa viivan alle jäävä tappio kirjoitetaan punaisella ja voitto taasen mustalla. Perinteisesti kiitospäivän jälkeisen perjantain myynti on kääntänyt kauppojen tulokset voitolliseksi ja siksi sitä kutsutaan nimellä Black Friday.

Tämä on ensimmäinen oikea vastaus.

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Myyntimiesten viimeinen rutistus ennen vuoden loppua, eli joulumyynti alkaa ja paine maksimoida vuoden myyntiä on kova. Puristetaan kuluttajilta kaikki "löysät" pois.

Kaikki keinot ovat sallittuja.

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Jenkkien kirjanpidossa viivan alle jäävä tappio kirjoitetaan punaisella ja voitto taasen mustalla. Perinteisesti kiitospäivän jälkeisen perjantain myynti on kääntänyt kauppojen tulokset voitolliseksi ja siksi sitä kutsutaan nimellä Black Friday.

Tämä on ensimmäinen oikea vastaus.

Ja tassa nimityksen historia:

https://www.businessinsider.com/guides/deals/why-is-it-called-black-friday

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For many years, retailers pushed opening times on Black Friday earlier and earlier, eventually reaching midnight, before opening on the evening of Thanksgiving. In 2009, Kmart opened at 7 P.M. on Thanksgiving in order to allow shoppers to avoid Black Friday traffic and return home in time for dinner with their families. Two years later, a number of retailers began opening at 8 P.M. or 9 P.M., on what became derisively known as "Black Thursday". In subsequent years, other stores have followed this trend, opening earlier and earlier on Thanksgiving, or remaining open all day, beginning in the early morning hours.[23][24] Some retail and media sources have used the terms "Gray Thursday" or "Brown Thursday" instead.[25][26][27]

The 2014 "Black Thursday" sales were generally a failure, as overall sales for the holiday week-end fell 11% compared to the previous year despite heavy traffic at the stores on Thanksgiving night.[28] In response, a number of retailers decided to go back to closing on Thanksgiving for 2015, and Walmart, although it is holding firm opening on the holiday and holding its sale, also pledged to offer the same deals online for those who wished to stay home.[29]

The term "Black Friday" was first coined in 1869 when two investors, Jay Gould, and Jim Fisk, caused a market crash by driving up the price of gold. As a result, the stock market dropped 20%, foreign trade stopped, and farmers witnessed a huge drop in corn and wheat value. 

Much later, in Philadelphia during the late 1950s and early 1960s, the term was resurrected and used to refer to the day between Thanksgiving and the Army-Navy game. The event would summon large crowds of tourists and shoppers, requiring extra hours put in by law enforcement to moderate the traffic. 

It wouldn't be until the late 1980s that the term became synonymous with shopping. Retailers reinvented the "Black Friday" name to reflect the backstory of how accountants used different color ink — red for negative earnings, and black for positive earnings — to denote a company's profitability. Black Friday became the day when stores finally turned a profit. 

Of course, the name stuck, and since then, Black Friday has evolved into a season-long event that's spawned more shopping holidays, like Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. 

Retailers have received pushback from some consumers over opening on Thanksgiving Day.[30] Shopper opposition to stores opening on Thursday includes the perceived over-commercialization of Thanksgiving, retail workers not being able to spend time with their loved ones on the holiday,[31] and Thursday doorbuster sales forcing consumers to sacrifice enjoying Thanksgiving evening with their families in order to avoid missing out on highly sought-after items which might not be available again prior to Christmas.

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Black Friday pitäisi muuttaa Älä osta mitään kuukaudeksi, älä edes jouluksi.

Alkaisi hinnat tippumaan ja inflaatio rauhoittumaan deflaatioksi missä kaikki halpenee.

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