By  on July 9, 2004

NEW YORK — The joys of spring and early summer were tempered in June as retailers were forced to confront tough comparisons, cool summer weather, higher energy prices and less than stellar Father’s Day sales.

Comparable-store sales for the month suffered from what Bear Stearns analyst Dana Telsey described in a June 29 research report as “the woes of June.”

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