U.S. Store Sales Slowly Softening

U.S. store sales were a bit soft for the week ending June 22 possibly due to a calendar mismatch from last year’s Father’s Day.

The ICSC-Goldman store sales index is now +2.7% year over year (3 week moving average) compared to +3.0% the week prior.

The Redbook store sales index is now +2.9% year over year (3 week MA) compared to +2.8% the week prior.

US Store Sales Week Ending June 22 2013 600x375 U.S. Store Sales Slowly Softening

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