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Economic Data (USA)

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Redbook Numbers for The Week of January 20, 2006

The Redbook numbers for the week that ended on January 20, 2006 were released this morning:

Redbook Sales Figures: +2.8%

The Redbook measures the weekly sales at chain stores, discount stores, and department stores -- about 9,000 stores in total -- and is therefore an important measure of current consumer spending in the U.S. The above figure represents the year-to-year change in the Redbook sales figures, so sales are up by 2.8% when compared to sales during the corresponding week back in January of 2006.

The weekly Johnson Redbook Index report is produced by Redbook Research.



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