February Retail Sales Sluggish

Hogsett, Don
March 2006
Home Textiles Today;3/20/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p21
Trade Publication
The article provides an overview of the sales of retailers in the United States for February 2006. Retail sales for the month has declined by 1.3 percent due to the cold weather, according to the Commerce Department. A decline of 3.3 percent in sales of clothing and accessories has been registered. Other sales declines include 1.9 percent at restaurants and bars and 1.4 percent at department stores.


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