U.S. year-end shopping sales are expected to increase 3.3% - hpc

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After the end of the back-to-school shopping season prosperity, U.S. retailers’ next step is to look to the annual highlight - the year-end holiday sales season to rinse out the sales results. According to the latest expert survey forecast, although the sales growth of the year-end shopping season of the year may not be as good as last year, but is not weak.
ShopperTrak, a Chicago market research firm show, retail sales in November and December expected to grow 3.3%. The agency predicted less favorable than last year's actual increase of 3.7%, compared with the prosperity period of more than 5% of large shaped shade.
But under consider of high unemployment and financial difficulties consumers will certainly cautious spending, retail sales this year-end is commendable if this forecast is achieved.
 
 
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