By  on May 31, 2012

Most U.S. retailers posted modest comp-store sales gains in May, and they may have mom to thank. Retail analysts attributed the sales growth to the pre-Mother’s Day shopping falling later in May this year compared with early May last year.

“The Mother’s Day shift was more impactful,” said Richard Jaffe, a retail analyst at Stifel Nicolaus, adding that the calendar change likely snatched sales from April.

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