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Stores Slash Prices To New Lows

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Stores Slash Prices To New Lows

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Stores Slash Prices To New Lows

Stores Slash Prices To New Lows

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Retailers are making last-ditch efforts to entice shoppers to crack open their wallets. Some are cutting prices by as much as 75 percent. Many Macy's department stores are open 24-hours until Christmas Eve. It still may not be enough to salvage the season for retailers.

Guests:

Brad Stout, owner of Stout's Shoe Store in Indianapolis, Ind.

Ylan Mui, retail reporter for the Washington Post

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