Weaker Black Friday sales are expected in Denmark this year as consumer prices in the country continue to rise.
Denmark's consumer price index (CPI) rose 10.1 percent in October compared to the same month last year. Price spikes for electricity, food, gas, and fuel are considered the main drivers of the increase.
Residents in Copenhagen, the Danish capital city have expressed their concerns.
According to data from the price comparison service Pricerunner, 48 percent of Danes admit that the global and national economic situations have some kind of impact on their personal finances.
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