Consumer Ka-Ching For Retailers - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

The old shop 'til you drop saying may not be back just yet, but U.S. consumers are at least venturing out to the stores. Retail sales rose 0.6 percent in May, better than forecasts, despite the fact that incomes have pretty much held steady. A lot of that was buying cars, gasoline and building materials - but even stripping out those categories, sales were up 0.3 percent.



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Company Last Sale Change Net / %
BAC $ 16.77 0.06 ▲ 0.36%
AAPL $ 101.58 0.72 ▲ 0.71%
YHOO $ 42.59 0.12 ▼ 0.28%
MSFT $ 46.52 0.24 ▼ 0.51%
AA $ 16.28 0.12 ▲ 0.74%
QQQ $ 99.53 0.15 ▲ 0.15%
SIRI $ 3.63 0.03 ▲ 0.69%
PBR $ 17.61 0.10 ▲ 0.57%

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