Why Retail Is Having A Rough Spring
It appears that reports of a rebound of retail are premature. U.S. retailers have already closed nearly 6,000 stores in 2019. That’s more than all the retail closures in 2018. Here & Now‘s Robin Young talks with NPR chief economics correspondent Scott Horsley ( @HorsleyScott).
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