NEW YORK — Consumers got back to serious shopping in July.

U.S. retailers delivered better-than-expected sales for the month, the last of the fiscal second quarter, as consumers, tempted by promotions and improved weather, cleared retailers’ shelves of summer clearance goods and got fall and back-to-school selling off to a rousing start.

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