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U.S. | 18 September 2018 Chainstore Sales Growth has Jumped Thank the Tax Cuts
The first estimate of retail sales growth in August was weaker than implied by the Redbook chainstore sales survey, but our first chart shows that the difference between the numbers was well within the usual margin of error.

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18 September 2018 Chainstore Sales Growth has Jumped Thank the Tax Cuts

By Ian Shepherdson

The first estimate of retail sales growth in August was weaker than implied by the Redbook chainstore sales survey, but our first chart shows that the difference between the numbers was well within the usual margin of error.

Posted: 18th Sep 2018 in 'U.S.'

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