Wholesale Inventory

Wholesale Inventory

The inventory of a good a wholesaler that is unable to sell to a retailer. Retailers generally reduce their orders in response to lower demand at the consumer level. Wholesale inventories may therefore be an indicator of consumer good sales.
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Analysts expect a -$5 B wholesale inventory revision that joins a $1 B hike for factory inventories to leave a -$4 B revision for inventories overall.
Valeant expects to work down wholesale inventory and plans to target two months or less of wholesale inventory by year-end 2015.
$75,000 in wholesale inventory included in sale plus real estate.
The government also revised January wholesale inventory growth to show a 0.6 percent increase, up from the initial reading of 0.4 percent.
In December 1991, Hunt purchased $500 in wholesale inventory and moved into a storefront.
For Q1 GDP revisions, analysts expect no Q1 wholesale inventory adjustment.
Analysts expect Q4 GDP growth trimming to 2.3% from 2.6%, with a $1 B wholesale inventory boost that joins a $2 B boost for factory inventories.
Today's 1.1% December wholesale inventory surge accompanies a likely 0.3% factory inventory decline and an assumed 0.1% retail inventory increase.
Today's 0.3% November wholesale inventory gain accompanies a likely flat factory figure and an assumed 0.2% retail inventory rise.
Today's 0.4% (was 0.3%) September wholesale inventory gain accompanies a 0.5% factory rise and an assumed 0.1% retail inventory increase that matches the data from the advance indicators report.
There is over $35,000 of wholesale inventory in the store.
Analysts also saw a surprise September inventory gain of 0.1% for retailers alongside a firm 0.3% wholesale inventory rise, following 0.1% trimmings for both in August.
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