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Retail sales rose as expected

Retail sales came in as expected. Sales rose 0.6% month-over-month in September, according to the Commerce Department. That's right in line with economists' expectations, and above last month's 0.3% dip. Excluding auto and gas sales, which can be volatile on a monthly basis, so-called core retail sales rose 0.3%. Meanwhile, the retail sales control group, which excludes volatile items like cars, gas, food, and building materials and feeds directly into the government's calculation of gross domestic product, rose 0.
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