With the growth in consumer spending this year coming in shorter than hoped, and holiday sales being overall disappointing compared to analyst expectations, there were some companies that may have gone against the trend with strong sales. In this video, Motley Fool consumer goods analyst Blake Bos discusses a few items from Hasbro , Michael Kors and Deckers Outdoor Corporation that were top-sellers, and when we might expect to see what those sales did for earnings this quarter.
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