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U.S. | 16 November 2018 The Boost to Retail Sales from Tax Cuts is Fading, as Holidays Approach
The headline retail sales numbers for October looked good, but the details were less comforting.

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16 November 2018 The Boost to Retail Sales from Tax Cuts is Fading, as Holidays Approach

By Ian Shepherdson

The headline retail sales numbers for October looked good, but the details were less comforting.

Posted: 16th Nov 2018 in 'U.S.'

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