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Retail Apparel Prices Dipped in September—But Why?

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Ending a three-month streak of increases, retail apparel prices fell 0.4 percent in September, led by a drop in women’s and girls’ clothing, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported Thursday in the Consumer Price Index (CPI). Women’s apparel prices declined 1.6 percent in the month, with decreases of 4.2 percent in outerwear, 2.6 percent…

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