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1.Retail Sales Increase 0.6 Percent in November; In line with NRF Holiday Forecast
Discounting Throughout the Month Shifted Consumer Spending WASHINGTON, December 11, 2014 – Holiday shoppers took advantage of deep discounting and early sales to lift retail spending in November, the National Retail Federation said today. Not including automobiles, gasoline stations or restaurants, retail sales increased 0.6 percent seasonally-adjusted over October and 3.2 percent unadjusted over ...
by Post on 12/11 01:49PM - Story - 997 Hits
2.Retail Sales Unchanged in May
The National Retail Federation calculated May retail sales, which exclude automobiles, gas stations and restaurants, unchanged seasonally adjusted month-to-month yet increased 3.0 percent unadjusted year-over-year. On the surface, May retail sales were disappointing and weaker than expected; however April's upward revisions still indicate positive growth for the remainder of the ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/12 01:26PM - Story - 1,361 Hits
3.With Winter Weather Behind Them, Retail Employment Grows in March, According to NRF
The National Retail Federation today issued the following statements from NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay and Chief Economist Jack Kleinhenz in response to the March jobs report: “After a long, harsh winter that put many retailers at a disadvantage in terms of inventory control and staffing their stores, merchants ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/05 03:45PM - Story - 1,172 Hits
4.Retail Sales Rebound in February; Up 0.2 Percent - Consumer Spending is Thawing Out from Winter
American consumers powered through the winter weather lifting retail sales in February. According to the National Retail Federation – the world's largest retail trade association – February retail sales, which exclude automobiles, gas stations and restaurants, increased 0.2 percent adjusted month-to-month and 2.3 percent unadjusted year-over-year.
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/14 11:14AM - Story - 1,581 Hits
5.Severe Winter Weather Cripples Retail Sales Flat in January
... beginning of the year due in part to severe winter weather in much of the country. According to the National Retail Federation – the world largest retail trade association – January retail sales, excluding automobiles, gas stations and restaurants, were flat seasonally adjusted month-to-month yet increased 3.0 percent unadjusted year-over-year.
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/13 03:43PM - Story - 1,321 Hits
6.Prolexic Publishes Top 10 DDoS Attack Trends for 2013
Prolexic Technologies, the global leader in Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection services, today published its top 10 attack trends for 2013. Throughout the year, metrics were collected from all DDoS attacks launched against the company’s global client base by the Prolexic Security Engineering & Response Team (PLXsert) using proprietary ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/22 03:09PM - Story - 1,284 Hits
7.Holiday Retail Sales Come in at NRF Expectations
... not dampen December retail sales as shoppers took advantage of heavy promotions and last-minute deals. According to the National Retail Federation – the world’s largest retail trade association – December retail sales, which excludes automobiles, gas stations and restaurants, increased 0.4 percent seasonally adjusted month-to-month, and 4.6 percent unadjusted year-over-year.
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/14 04:31PM - Story - 1,060 Hits
8.October Retail Sales Increased 2.5 Percent-Consumer Spending Muted Impact of Government Shutdown and ACA Rollout
Positive retail sales numbers in the month of October point to a good holiday sales season ahead. According to the National Retail Federation – the world largest retail trade association – October retail sales, excluding automobiles, gas stations and restaurants, increased 2.5 percent seasonally adjusted over September, and 4.2 percent ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/20 03:49PM - Story - 872 Hits
9.Jobs Quick Take Labor Force Participation Drops to its Lowest Point of the Recovery
by Heidi Shierholz The jobs report released this morning by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed the labor market gained 204,000 jobs in October, along with an upward revision of 60,000 to prior months’ data, bringing the average growth rate of the last year to 194,000. There appears to be ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/08 04:34PM - Story - 1,247 Hits
10.NRF: Retail Sales Edge Up in July
It was a mixed bag for retailers in July, with sales gains in many back-to-school categories like clothing and sporting goods but surprising declines in home-based categories, including building materials and furniture stores. According to the National Retail Federation – the world’s largest retail trade association – July retail sales ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/13 03:30PM - Story - 762 Hits
11.June Retail Sales Indicate a Growing but Measured Economy
Consumer spending and retail sales ended the second quarter on a soft note, indicating that economic growth and acceleration has weakened. According to the National Retail Federation, the world’s largest retail trade association, June retail sales (excluding automobiles, gas stations and restaurants) increased 0.6 percent seasonally adjusted from May and ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/15 11:26AM - Story - 890 Hits
12.Retail Sales Up Nearly 5 Percent from Last Year
Improved consumer confidence and spending helped drive retail sales in May. According to the National Retail Federation, the world’s largest retail trade association, May retail sales (excluding automobiles, gas stations and restaurants) increased 0.6 percent seasonally adjusted from April and increased a strong 4.8 percent unadjusted year-over-year.
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/13 07:36PM - Story - 883 Hits
13.Retail Sales Rebound in April; Increase 0.6 Percent. Economy Continues to Face Headwinds
Strengthening employment data, increasing housing prices and a record-breaking stock market provided consumers the confidence they needed to shop in April. According to the National Retail Federation, the world’s largest retail trade association, April retail sales (excluding automobiles, gas stations and restaurants) increased 0.6 percent seasonally adjusted from last month ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/13 06:34PM - Story - 860 Hits
14.Giants Team Up With Hackensack University Medical Center To Open Fitness & Wellness Center
Hackensack University Medical Center and the New York Giants proudly announce plans to team up with Fitness and Wellness of Hackensack, LLC to open a premier full-service fitness and wellness center located on Route 17 North in Maywood. The facility will be the first in the area to merge fitness, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/16 06:04PM - Story - 2,837 Hits
15.Cold Weather & Economic Policy Dampen March Retail Sales, Says NRF
Consumers cooled spending in March as the impact of colder weather across the country and harmful fiscal policy, namely the payroll tax hike, caught up to the economy and weakened retail sales. According to the National Retail Federation, the world’s largest retail trade association, March retail sales (excluding automobiles, gas ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/13 12:12PM - Story - 861 Hits
16.Retail Sales Up 0.7% in February as Consumers Adjusted Spending
WASHI Retail sales beat estimates in February as consumers quickly adapted and adjusted their spending in response to an increase in payroll taxes and higher gasoline prices. According to the National Retail Federation, the world’s largest retail trade association, February retail sales (excluding automobiles, gas stations and restaurants) increased 0.7 ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/14 07:50PM - Story - 800 Hits
17.Study Confirms Sea-Level Rise Is Accelerating Along NE U.S. Coast
A new study by emeritus professor John Boon of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science shows that the rate of sea-level rise is increasing at tidal stations along the Atlantic coast of North America, including those in Norfolk, Baltimore, New York, and Boston. Boon’s findings, published online in the Journal ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/15 02:51PM - Story - 1,377 Hits
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