Late Easter helps US apparel retailers in April
By Leonie Barrie | 6 May 2011
US retailers' April sales were lifted by this year's late Easter which shifted holiday selling into the month and provided a much-needed boost to revenues, but worries continue to persist over the impact of higher fuel prices.
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