Wholesale Inventories Rose In October
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8 (UPI) — U.S. wholesale inventories rose 1.6 percent in October, reaching $470.2 billion, the Commerce Department said Thursday.
Inventories were up 10.9 percent from October 2010, the department said, while the September estimate was revised upward by 0.2 percent or $800 million.
Wholesale sales for October were up 0.9 percent from September to $406 billion, a jump of 13.1 percent from October 2010.
The inventory-to-sales ratio — reflecting how many months it would take a company to deplete its inventory at the current sales pace — came in at 1.16, slightly lower than the ratio a year earlier, which stood at 1.18.
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