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U.S. retail sales blow past expectations

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U.S. retail sales blow past expectations

U.S. retail sales blow past expectations

U.S. retail sales accelerated in September, rounding out a strong quarter of economic activity, but the recovery from the COVID-19 recession is at a crossroads as government money runs out and companies continue to layoff workers.

Fred Katayama reports.


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