NRA: Sales improve in July, but expectations diminish

NRA: Sales improve in July, but expectations diminish

Restaurant Performance Index rises for first time in three months

Nearly three quarters of restaurant operators said their sales improved in July, according to the latest Restaurant Performance Index from the National Restaurant Association, released Monday.

But operators’ expectations for sales in the coming months diminished for the fourth straight month.

Still, due to those sales numbers, the NRA’s RPI rose 0.7 percent, to 102.7, in July, the first increase in the index in three months and the 29th straight month of expansion. The

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