Fresh signs the U.S. economic recovery may be faltering surfaced over the last week with high-frequency measures of retail traffic and jobs both ebbing amid a record-breaking surge in coronavirus cases.  Millions of formerly employed Americans remain sidelined by the recession triggered by the virus, and uncertainty over the future direction of the country – politically and economically – remains especially high in the shadow of this week’s still-unsettled U.S. presidential election. Foot traffic to retail locations turned lower, according to data collected by Unacast here and Safegraph here and indexed to March 1, before a state of emergency was […]