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12 Mar. 2015 Cheap Gas to Boost Spring Sales, but February Looks Soft

By Ian Shepherdson

Sooner or later, the surge in consumers' spending power triggered by the drop in gas prices and the acceleration in payrolls will appear in the retail sales data.

Posted: 12th Mar 2015 in 'U.S. Documents'

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