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1 Australia Retail Sales Rise by Record as Economic Growth Resumes
2 Payroll Data Disappoints But Retail Sales Rise – ShareCafe
3 Preliminary retail turnover rose 1.6% in October: Australia
4 Lockdown lift boosts retail sales in October
5 Retail Turnover Slips 1.1% in September
6 The Retail Rebound: Turnover Increases 1.6% ABS Reports
7 Strong Retail Sales Data from Canada and UK Ignored
8 Fashion retailing looks to be on the mend after 10.5% dive in August
9 ASX loses ground despite early signs of COVID-19 vaccine hopes boosting the index
10 Consolidations Continue in Mixed Markets, Dollar Downside Breakout in Favor
11 Retail sales slip in August: ABS
12 Victoria Drags But Retail Sales Slow Across The Nation – ShareCafe
13 Retail sales rise 2.7 per cent in June
14 Retail turnover up 3.2% in July
15 Australian Retail Sales Drop as Household Goods Give Back Gains
16 Retail sales smash expectations
17 ABS Confirms Rebound In Retail Sales – ShareCafe
18 September Retail Sales Lose Momentum – ShareCafe
19 Australian retail sales drop in Sept as household goods give back gains
20 Retail sales jump in July, led by household goods
21 Australian Homes Loading Up for Lockdown Sent Retail Soaring
22 Aussie retail turnover plunges 17.7 per cent in April
23 Retail trade jumped 16.9 pct in May
24 Retail sales hurt by bushfire crisis, but no sign of coronavirus yet
25 Retail Sales Rebound But Still Lag Behind Last Year – ShareCafe
26 Preliminary Retail Turnover Drops 1.5 Percent in September
27 Retail Sales Continue Rebound In July Despite Victorian Drag
28 Retail Turnover Slips 4.2 Percent in August
29 Retail sales exceed expectations in February
30 Consumers flocked to cafes, bought clothing after COVID-19 restrictions eased
31 Australian retail sales fall 4pc across August due to COVID-19: ABS
32 July sales indicate a positive retail outlook – Shopping Centre News
33 Retail sees strongest rise in sales in March
34 Retail Turnover Increases 3.2 Percent, Online Sales Continue to Soar
35 Retail feels COVID shock
36 O’Toole says ‘there is no plan for the economy’ if Canada doesn’t have rapid COVID-19 testing, vaccines
37 Retail turnover inches up in February
38 Many participants judged that the Committee might want to enhance its guidance for asset purchases fairly soon
39 Queensland bought up big on gardening supplies as canned soup flew off shelves
40 Retail sales dive in January
41 Live: 2020 Election Updates And Results
42 Coronavirus: Merkel urges Germans to further limit interactions — as it happened
43 Territorians splashed nearly $300m on retail pleasures in July as spending bounces back slightly
44 POLITICO Playbook: What blue wave?
45 Retail Turnover Falls 0.5 Percent in December
46 Excitement, Anxiety around Australian Retail- Wesfarmers, Myer & Bapcor in Discussion
47 Covid-19: U.S. Breaks Daily Record With Over 99,000 New Cases as Surge Quickens
48 Shattered confidence, shuttered stores: Retail pain continues
49 There is a chance today's GDP number could signal Australia is already in recession
50 Retail slumps to 'weakest' level since 1990s recession as tax cuts fail to stimulate consumer spending
51 Retail slumps as hoarders leave toilet paper for the rest of us | nestegg
52 Election 2020: Live Updates, News, Results And Analysis
53 Retail Stores staring down the barrel as Online Shopping surges
54 Industry body warns retailers of volatile times ahead
55 VR confirms core target at Reveille high grade silver property in Nevada, stakes more ground and commences follow-up field program
56 Election 2020 updates: Here’s what happened on Nov. 3 and 4
57 Australian dollar falls on bets of RBA interest rate cut, ASX snaps losing streak with massive gain
58 Live 2020 Election Updates From NPR: Joe Biden Has Won Pennsylvania, And The Presidency
59 Election 2020: America Votes – Foreign Policy
60 Cafe and restaurant sales fall
61 See Where The 2020 Electoral College Count Stands Right Now
62 In Their Own Write
63 NPR Election Updates: Joe Biden Elected President, Per AP Call
64 The Federal Reserve's New Framework: Context And Consequences, Vice Chair Richard H. Clarida, At The "The Economy And Monetary Policy" Event Hosted By The Hutchins Center On Fiscal And Monetary Policy At The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC (Via Webcast)
65 TMAC Resources says Canadian security review extended for sale to Chinese buyer
66 The Finance 202: Republicans sank Judy Shelton's Fed nod. Time is running out to revive it.
67 National Elections Live Coverage And Analysis
68 Eric Adams launches mayoral campaign — City can't track source of most Covid cases — Sheriffs decline to enforce gathering limit
69 Australian retail sales comes in weak
70 Dollar Firm Despite Historic ADP Job Loss, But Yen Stronger
71 Davidson Kempner Capital Management LP : Form 8.3
72 Retailers call for $6000 small business grant to set up online stores in wake of COVID-19
73 Australian retail sales beat across the board again
74 Australian retailers suffer worst Christmas and New Years after bushfires and coronavirus
75 JB Hi-Fi cuts through coronavirus noise to deliver sound result
76 Berry Global Group Inc (BERY) EVP
77 Driver taken into custody after incident at chancellery in Berlin
78 Class 1 Nickel Prioritizes Newly Identified VTEM™ Conductor Anomalies for Upcoming Drilling Campaigns at Alexo-Dundonald
79 How retailers are navigating the 2020 holiday shopping season
80 Tasmania leading nation on retail sales growth
81 Westfield locks retailers out of stores as national retail sales rise 3.3 per cent
82 Sentiments Supported Further by China Services Data, Yen and Dollar Soft
83 Australian shares jump on tech rally, as Nasdaq climbs to record high
84 MORE BAD NEWS: Australian retail sales in shock contraction for December
86 Australia's most common job
87 It looks like Australia's retail spending strike is over
88 Retail sales beat forecasts in August
89 Australian retail sales are making a comeback
90 Dollar to End Week as Strongest, Subject to NFP Reactions
91 Australian retail sales stall
92 Retailers will have a more ‘profitable season’ if consumers pick up holiday purchases in stores: Kearney Partner
94 Dollar Rises after NFP, Gold Breaks Trend Line Support
95 ASX marks best finish in 6 weeks
96 Dollar Weakens Again as Rebound Falters, PMIs Watched Today
97 Australian retail sales rebound
98 Australian retail spending for the Christmas was far weaker than many were expecting
99 Australian retail sales beat
100 Yen Surges Through Resistance Against Dollar and Euro