U.S. retail sales experienced their biggest gain in four months in July and their fifth consecutive month of increase. Will consumers prop up the longest economic expansion in U.S. history? Insights via @CMEGroup
From Chris Rupkey at MUFG: "This is not what a recession looks like. We know. We checked it. The rule of thumb for recession is three consecutive months of declining retail sales. Instead retail sales are soaring ..."
Department store sales increased for the first time this year with a month-on-month growth of 1.6% 🛍️ This was following six consecutive months of decline
Passenger vehicle sales fall for 9 consecutive months, drop 31% via @TOIAuto
SummerSlam is coming to TD Garden in August 2020, as Boston will host four consecutive nights of WWE action in just over 12 months' time.
Preliminary global data on #measles shows that reported cases rose by 300% in the first three months of 2019, compared to the same period in 2018. This follows consecutive increases over the past two years. #VaccinesWork
LinkedIn Workforce Report: January and February were the strongest consecutive months for hiring since August and September 2015
FACT: Before President Obama took office, the economy was losing 800,000 jobs a month. Now, we've seen 31 consecutive months of job growth.