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The US economy is an intricate, delicate system that overwhelmingly relies on the spending by American consumers. In fact, in 2013, retail sales made up 35% of the US GDP that year and while it is not a majority of GDP, it still represents a significant chunk of the overall economy. Being that retail sales are such a key part of the US economy, it certainly is ideal to check in on the health of the consumer and determine an outlook . . .
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