Consumer spending and retail sales ended the second quarter on a soft note, indicating that economic growth is weaker than expected. According to the National Retail Federation, a retail trade association, June sales increased 0.6 percent from May and 3 percent from the previous year. “Consumers remain wary,” NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay. “Even […]

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