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Breaking: US Retail Sales in August increase by 0.6% vs. 1% expected

FXstreet.com Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
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News video: Retailers Fail to Meet Expected August Sales, Look to the Holidays

Retailers Fail to Meet Expected August Sales, Look to the Holidays 07:30

The retail industry disappointed despite a fourth straight month of growth as August sales figures came in lower than expected. With the holidays approaching, some companies are planning to modify or extend their sales season in hopes to boost shopping.

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