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Here’s Why US Retail Sales Growth Has Cooled—and Could Get Worse

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The expiration of the federal unemployment benefits supplement for workers in July cooled the pace of U.S. retail sales growth in August, which rose a seasonally adjusted 0.6 percent from the previous month. That increase was still 2.6 percent above last year’s August, and it represented the fourth straight gain in retail sales since tanking…

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