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Retail Sales: Up 0.55% in May, at 3.2% YoY

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The Census Bureau's Advance Retail Sales Report for May was released this morning. Headline sales came in at 0.55% month-over-month to one decimal and was worse than the Investing.com forecast of 0.7%. Core sales (ex Autos) came in at 0.50% MoM (to two decimals).

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Retail Sales: Up 0.55% in May, at 3.2% YoY

The Census Bureau's Advance Retail Sales Report for May was released this morning. Headline sales came in at 0.55% month-over-month to one decimal and was worse than the Investing.com forecast of 0.7%. Core sales (ex Autos) came in at 0.50% MoM (to two decimals).

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