Retails Sales Jumped Sharply In November

Date: December 12, 2014

Increase A Good Sign For Holiday Sales

The Department of Commerce reported on Thursday
that retail sales rose 0.7 percent in November, following a 0.5 percent
increase in October that was larger than originally reported. That gain was at
the top end of analysts’ expectations. November’s gain is the highest since a
1.5 percent rise in March.

NFIB CAN HELP: Holiday Survival Guide for Small Business

What This Means For Small Business:

While reports of sales over the post-Thanksgiving period were disappointing, it
now appears that consumers were spreading out their holiday buying over a
longer period of time than had been common in recent years, something this
report bears out.

Addition Reading:

, Reuters, the Wall
Street Journal
and the AP, among others, all report on the

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