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The Big Four Economic Indicators: October Real Retail Sales

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The Big Four Economic Indicators: October Real Retail Sales

Month-over-month nominal sales in October increased by 0.3% (0.26% to two decimal points). Real Retail Sales, calculated with the seasonally adjusted Consumer Price Index, decreased by 0.1% (0.09% to two decimal points).

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