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U.S. | 17 July 2020 The Surge in Retail Sales is not all that it Seems--and it Might not Last
Headline retail sales in June were just 1% below their January peak, and about 3% below the level they would have reached if the pre-Covid trend had continued.

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17 July 2020 The Surge in Retail Sales is not all that it Seems--and it Might not Last

By Ian Shepherdson

Headline retail sales in June were just 1% below their January peak, and about 3% below the level they would have reached if the pre-Covid trend had continued.

Posted: 17th Jul 2020 in 'U.S.'

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