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*******www.informedtrades****/ A look at how the make up of the Retail Sales number and how this economic indicator moves the stock, futures, and forex markets.
1 Mar 2008
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Bill Forrest Retail Sales & Leasing Houston Texas, Bill Forrest, Houston, Houston Texas, Retail, Retail Sales, Retail Leasing, Retail Sales & Leasing, Retail Sales & Leasing Houston, Retail Sales & Leasing Houston Texas, Bill Forrest Houston, Retail, Retail Houston, Bill Forrest Retail Houston, Retail Leasing Houston, Retail Buildings Houston, Retail Sales Houston
21 Feb 2009
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Bo Barron– Retail Sales & Leasing – Owensboro, Kentucky
21 Feb 2009
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C. Sterling Scott Retail Sales & Leasing Fairway Kansas, C. Sterling Scott, Fairway, Fairway Kansas, Retail, Retail Sales, Retail Leasing, Retail Sales & Leasing, Retail Sales & Leasing Fairway, Retail Sales & Leasing Fairway Kansas, C. Sterling Scott Fairway, Retail, Retail Fairway, C. Sterling Scott Retail Fairway, Retail Leasing Fairway, Retail Buildings Fairway, Retail Sales Fairway
21 Feb 2009
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Carlton Dean Retail Sales & Leasing Tallahassee Florida, Carlton Dean, Tallahassee, Tallahassee Florida, Retail, Retail Sales, Retail Leasing, Retail Sales & Leasing, Retail Sales & Leasing Tallahassee, Retail Sales & Leasing Tallahassee Florida, Carlton Dean Tallahassee, Retail, Retail Tallahassee, Carlton Dean Retail Tallahassee, Retail Leasing Tallahassee, Retail Buildings Tallahassee, Retail Sales Tallahassee
21 Feb 2009
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Dan Martin Retail Sales & Leasing Arlington Heights Illinois, Dan Martin, Arlington Heights, Arlington Heights Illinois, Retail, Retail Sales, Retail Leasing, Retail Sales & Leasing, Retail Sales & Leasing Arlington Heights, Retail Sales & Leasing Arlington Heights Illinois, Dan Martin Arlington Heights, Retail, Retail Arlington Heights, Dan Martin Retail Arlington Heights, Retail Leasing Arlington Heights, Retail Buildings Arlington Heights, Retail Sales Arlington Heights
21 Feb 2009
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New Zealand Retail Sales
13 Aug 2009
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Here's a review of this mornings Retail Sales data along with a pre market reaction overview.
13 Mar 2010
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(Image source: Bloomberg) BY JIM FLINK ANCHOR CARISSA LOETHEN U.S. retail sales rose higher than expected in March. Some are calling it — the warm weather effect. Others -— a sign of more thawing in the economy. CNBC reports — retail sales rose 0.8 percent — better than the half percent expected. “This data is something the market is definitely going to pay attention to. ... But this data is very strong, but we want to see how this balances out, Joe, should be a very interesting day.” So what’s inside the numbers? MarketWatch has the analysis. “Although consumers did have to spend more money to fuel their cars — sales leaped 1.1% at gas stations — it did little to deter them from spending on other things: The only retail segment to post a drop in sales was health and personal-care stores, off 0.2% last month.” Reuters reports a warm weather effect — a mild winter spurring construction and shopping — pervades much of the analysis. The International Business Times notes, Americans seem to be splurging right now. “Consumer spending accounts for as much as 70 percent of U.S. economic growth, so the big increase in spending over the past few months is likely to result in a stronger first-quarter growth. The gain pushed retail sales to a record $411.1 billion, 24 percent higher than the recession low in March 2009.” But jitters remain. One Bloomberg analyst says, along with the good looms the possibility of bad — and that cloud just won’t go away. Especially given weakening numbers from the Empire Index — which gauges production in a key economic sector — New York. “All still positive, but losing a lot of altitude. Now, this doesn’t necessarily mean the national numbers are going to be the same, but it’s going to contribute to the general feeling of unease about how strong the economy really is.” Stocks opened higher on the release of the retail numbers.
17 Apr 2012
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Retail Sales of Cash and Carry and Warehouse Clubs in the United Arab Emirates: Market Size, Growth and Forecast to 2021 provides detailed historic and forecast statistics on retail sales from 2011 to 2021 taking place at "Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs" for each Sector at Market level. However, delivered wholesale sales are not included.
6 Mar 2018
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*******www.investtalk**** Steve Peasley, President of KPP Financial discusses how retail sales may affect the stock market. He says the market is still on an upward trend, and next week will be crucial as more earnings reports are released. Subscribe to the Investtalk daily podcast at www.investtalk****
16 Jan 2010
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BY JIM FLINK ANCHOR CARISSA LOETHEN U.S. retail sales rose higher than expected in March. Some are calling it — the warm weather effect. Others -— a sign of more thawing in the economy. CNBC reports — retail sales rose 0.8 percent — better than the half percent expected. “This data is something the market is definitely going to pay attention to. ... But this data is very strong, but we want to see how this balances out, Joe, should be a very interesting day.” So what’s inside the numbers? MarketWatch has the analysis. “Although consumers did have to spend more money to fuel their cars — sales leaped 1.1% at gas stations — it did little to deter them from spending on other things: The only retail segment to post a drop in sales was health and personal-care stores, off 0.2% last month.” Reuters reports a warm weather effect — a mild winter spurring construction and shopping — pervades much of the analysis. The International Business Times notes, Americans seem to be splurging right now. “Consumer spending accounts for as much as 70 percent of U.S. economic growth, so the big increase in spending over the past few months is likely to result in a stronger first-quarter growth. The gain pushed retail sales to a record $411.1 billion, 24 percent higher than the recession low in March 2009.” But jitters remain. One Bloomberg analyst says, along with the good looms the possibility of bad — and that cloud just won’t go away. Especially given weakening numbers from the Empire Index — which gauges production in a key economic sector — New York. “All still positive, but losing a lot of altitude. Now, this doesn’t necessarily mean the national numbers are going to be the same, but it’s going to contribute to the general feeling of unease about how strong the economy really is.” Stocks opened higher on the release of the retail numbers.
17 Apr 2012
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