sales in the US jumped 1.9% month-over-month in September of 2020, following a
0.6% gain in August and beating forecasts of a 0.7% increase. It is the biggest
rise in three months, with sales at clothing stores (11%); department stores
(9.7%); sporting goods (5.7%); and auto dealers (4% ) recording the highest
increases. Sales also went up at food services and drinking places (2.1% );
health and personal care stores (1.7%); gasoline stations (1.5%); miscellaneous
store retailers (1.1%); building material and garden equipment (0.6%); nonstore
retailers (0.5%); and furniture stores (0.5%). In contrast, sales fell at
electronics and appliance stores (-1.6%). Retail sales excluding food services,
car dealers, building-materials stores and gasoline stations, the so-called
control group sales seen as a more reliable gauge of demand, increased 1.4%.
Year-on-year, retail sales went up 5.4%, the strongest annual gain so far in
2020. source: U.S. Census Bureau
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In September 2021, Kevin and the team went to Nashville, TN to connect with the leading financial professionals from Cambridge Investment Research, Inc. Here the team obtained their continuing educations credits, and review data for industry leaders from all over the country.
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