By  on June 6, 2013

The continually shrinking number of retailers reporting monthly comparable-store sales emitted some signs of economic vitality in May.

Stores benefited from the arrival of more seasonal temperatures in much of the U.S. and a generally positive, although far from bullish, selling environment. The majority of companies performed better than the expectations rounded up by Thomson Reuters, which anticipated a median performance of a 3.7 percent increase.

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