US Retail Sales Make Slight Gain in March After February Drop
The Commerce Department reported that retail sales edged up 0.2 percent in March after a 0.4 percent decline in February. The March gain primarily reflected higher costs for gasoline, which climbed to record highs, as well as increased costs for food a
April 6, 2018
nd higher auto sales. Excluding a big 1.1 percent rise in sales at gasoline service stations, retail sales would have been flat last month.
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