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March Store Traffic Decline Lowest in Four Months

Store foot traffic and sales in the U.S. both fell in March, according to analytics firm Retail Next, but the declines were the lowest since November 2016.

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Store Traffic Continues to Fall

A variation on “out of sight, out of mind,” is being played in malls across the U.S., and its theme is simple: People aren’t going to stores as often as they used to, and it’s impacting retail sales in a major way.

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Store Traffic Drops 10 Percent in August

U.S. retailers suffered an almost double-digit decline in brick-and-mortar store traffic in August, according to the most recent information from Big Data supplier RetailNext, resulting in a softer-than-expected back-to-school season and fueling concern for the upcoming Holiday season.

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