Retail and food-service sales rebound in January

WASHINGTON – U.S. retail and food-service sales rose last month, led by increases in spending on cars, clothes and gasoline, according to the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of the Census. Total sales rose 0.3 percent compared with December, to a seasonally adjusted $382.9 billion, the Census Bureau said. The unexpected increase followed an equally unexpected…

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