One word describes retail sales in August: lackluster. Despite back-to-school sales events, retail sales only increased .1 percent from July. But compared with last August, sales were up 6 percent, said the National Retail Federation, an industry group. “Consumer spending in August was tempered by a continued lack of confidence in the strength of our […]
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