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House of Roberts

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7. A record amount of money was spent in the holiday season,
Fri Jan 14, 2022, 10:42 AM
Jan 2022

not a record amount of VALUE of goods purchased. We paid more for less per dollar.

So, if I read this correctly Sherman A1 Jan 2022 #1
This Deminpenn Jan 2022 #4
Not exactly FBaggins Jan 2022 #5
A record amount of money was spent in the holiday season, House of Roberts Jan 2022 #7
Agreed Sherman A1 Jan 2022 #8
What you read in article is capitalist nonsense. Another article will tell you, think there were Alexander Of Assyria Jan 2022 #9
Sales do not "always drop after the holidays" onenote Jan 2022 #15
U.S. Retail Sales Fell 1.9% in December mahatmakanejeeves Jan 2022 #2
The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Oh wait, normal post Xmas fluctuation range? Ok then... Alexander Of Assyria Jan 2022 #10
Like it or not durablend Jan 2022 #12
That's retailer crazy math. Real math is sane. Alexander Of Assyria Jan 2022 #13
People are buying tons of stuff because they have good jobs and saved up income IronLionZion Jan 2022 #3
My gawd . . .. Lovie777 Jan 2022 #6
Oh, forgot about the hyped up supply chain nonsense. What happened to that? All fixed I guess.. Alexander Of Assyria Jan 2022 #11
Probably Ships Still Stuck Off The San Diego Port... GB_RN Jan 2022 #14
Additional information from the Commerce Dept. Report onenote Jan 2022 #16
Thanks. That helps. NT mahatmakanejeeves Jan 2022 #19
From the source. Yes, they are seasonally adjusted. No, they aren't inflation adjusted progree Jan 2022 #17
It should cool inflation a bit. roamer65 Jan 2022 #18
Maybe hoarders ran out of room Marthe48 Jan 2022 #20
I know I am going to delay a new car until at least 2026. roamer65 Jan 2022 #21
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