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Green Monday is secretly one of the biggest days for the retail industry — but it could die soon (WMT, AMAZN)

Green Monday, which falls on December 11 this year, is the online version of Super Saturday. It's the day when everyone panics about getting their online purchases in time for Christmas. That has made it the biggest online shopping event of December — and one of the biggest of the year. With new shipping guarantees, however, the importance of the holiday may be fading away.
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