September retail sales hold up as headwinds gather
By Leonie Barrie | 5 October 2012
A strong end to the back-to-school shopping season contributed to the solid sales results rung up by many US clothing and footwear retailers in September - but economic and political uncertainty continues to hang over holiday forecasts.
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