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US Retail Sales Rose 0.5% in March, But What Does That Really Mean?

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Apparel and specialty stores posted gains in March, but overall U.S. retail sales weren’t quite as robust when stripping out the price at the pump. In general, U.S. retail sales rose 0.5 percent to $665.73 billion, but that was due to a boost from gasoline sales that rose 8.9 percent. Sales overall increased 6.9 percent…

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