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CINCINNATI (AP) — Economic forecasters say Ohio's rebounding economy and improved jobs picture mean a brighter holiday sales outlook for the state's retailers than during the recession. A University of Cincinnati Economics Center forecast released Monday projects a 4.2 percent increase in retail sales for November and December this year, over the same period last year. The study was for the...

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