U.S. Retail Sales Rebound 0.6% in February

Retail sales in the U.S. bounced back by 0.6% in February following a 1.1% decline in January, driven by increased spending despite rising prices. General merchandise stores saw a 0.4% rise, while electronics stores surged 1.5%. Strong job market and higher wages continue to fuel household spending, though consumers are cautious amid inflation concerns.

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