Would you believe that in 2020, a turbulent year almost completely consumed by the Covid-19 global pandemic, overall US retail sales haven’t lost that much ground?

After all, unemployment is up, and people are still awaiting another round of federal Covid relief to hit their bank accounts. Department stores and brick-and-mortar chains are either struggling or closing for good. Doorbuster Q4 sales are few and far between (who wants to encourage a crowd and get cited as the point of an outbreak?). People have less disposable income and fewer places to go to spend it.



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