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RETAIL SALES -- Since June of 2008, Retail Sales are still down four percent.
Month/ Year/ Percent Change/ Change since Jun of 08
MAR 2010 +1.6% –4.0%
FEB 2010 +0.5% –5.6%
JAN 2010 +0.1% –6.1%
DEC 2009 – 0.1% –6.2%
NOV 2009 +1.3% –6.1%
OCT 2009 +1.1% –7.4%
SEP 2009 – 2.3 % –8.5%
AUG 2009 +2.2% –6.2%
JUL 2009 –0.2 –8.4%
JUN 2009 +0.8 % –8.2%
MAY 2009 +0.5% – 9.0%
APR 2009 –0.2% – 9.5%
MAR 2009 –1.3% – 9.3%
FEB 2009 +0.3% –8.0%
JAN 2009 + 1.8% –8.3%
DEC 2008 –3.0% –10.1%
NOV 2008 –2.1% –7.1%
OCT 2008 –2.9% –5.0%
SEP 2008 –1.2% – 2.1%
AUG 2008 –0.4% –0.9%
JUL 2008 -0.5%

RETAIL SALES ex Auto
MAR 2010 +0.6%
FEB 2010 +1.0%
JAN 2010 +0.5%
DEC 2009 -0.2%
NOV 2009 + 1.2%
OCT 2009 + 0.0%
SEP 2009 + 0.4 %
AUG 2009 + 1.0%
JUL 2009 – 0.5%
JUN 2009 +0.5%
MAY 2009 +0.4%
APR 2009 – 0.2%
MAR 2009 – 1.2%
FEB 2009 +1.0
JAN 2009 + 1.6%
DEC 2008 –3.2%
NOV 2008 –2.5%
OCT 2008 –2.4%
SEP 2008 –0.6%
AUG 2008 –0.9%
JUL 2008 +0.3%
 
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The trend direction is promising though.

SINCE 85 percent of the workforce still have jobs of some sort, spending should be where it is right now. Sadly, we are making no real progress against this Ugly Depression. Spending is still way down from where it was three years ago. Now, with the rapidly increasing Unemployment Claims, it looks like we are falling even deeper into Depression.
 

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