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Brick-and-Mortar Traffic Decline Slowed in June

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The decline in foot traffic that U.S. retail stores have been experiencing over the year actually slowed slightly in June, according to the most recent information from Big Data supplier RetailNext.

In its June 2015 Retail Performance Pulse report, the analytics firm revealed that although store traffic is still falling, it’s been doing so at a slower rate. In the retail month of June, which ended on July 4, store traffic declined by 6.1% compared to the same month last year, down from 7.6% in May, and less than half of April’s steep 12.6% drop.

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