By  on October 7, 2009

Retailers reporting September same-store sales on Thursday may finally have something to cheer about, although perhaps not too enthusiastically.

A shift to a later Labor Day and back-to-school season are likely to carry a hefty benefit, analysts said. Still, despite easier comparisons as retailers “anniversary” last September’s financial crisis, some experts worry consumers’ miserly mentality will not ease up, making for a slow turnaround and tepid holiday.

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