Consumers save less to fuel U.S. sales as stocks may lag

NEW YORK - Retail stocks may underperform the market because consumers are financing spending partly by saving less, which might be unsustainable as unemployment remains stalled around 9 percent. Retail sales rose 0.5 percent in October from the prior month, according to data from the Census Bureau, beating the estimate for a 0.3 percent increase…

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