Retail Sales rise by 1.9% in September vs. 0.7% expected

Retail Sales Keep Growing as Holiday Deals Start

Grocery sales made year-over-year gains in September

Unlike other economic data reports produced by the US government, retail sales aren't adjusted for inflation. "September retail sales reflect the support of government measures and elevated savings that are being spent now that consumers are shopping again". Apart from auto sales, retail sales rose by 1.5% last month.

U.S. retail sales beat expectations in September, increasing 1.9% from the previous month - more than the Dow Jones economists' estimate of 0.7% - and 8.2% year over year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. And non-store retail, which includes e-commerce, saw a 23.8% annual gain, buoyed by increased e-commerce activity over the course of the ongoing pandemic, with building material and garden equipment and supplies dealers seeing a 19.1% annual gain. Home buyers have been rushing to get more living space in recent months as many Americans anticipate working from home for a while. "All in all, these numbers and other economic data show the nation's economy remains on its recovery path". Overall consumer spending remains below pre-pandemic levels because outlays on in-person services such as dentist's visits, travel and sporting events haven't fully rebounded.

Saunders added that there is also some early evidence that holiday spending is being brought forward, due to both because retailers are promoting offers and deals more heavily and because consumers want to avoid a last-minute rush. Retail sales have now bounced back above their February level.

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The Commerce Department reports retail sales jumped 1.9 percent rising much more than economists had expected.

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Retail sales in September rose 1.3% from August and were up 12% year-over-year, according to the National Retail Federation.

Americans continued to splash out at pace last month, despite the slowdown in hiring and a rebound in Covid-19 infections in many states. New-vehicle prices rose 0.3% from the prior month. Services such as haircuts and hotel stays are not included in the report. JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s tracker of credit- and debit-card transactions showed spending was down 5.8% compared with a year ago through the week ended October 10.

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