Retails sales fell last month as shoppers spent less money on cars.
The Commerce Department says overall sales dropped .2 percent in May.
That's the first lower number in almost a year another sign that the economy is slowing.
Auto sales were down almost 3 percent due to a cutback in supplies caused by the Japan earthquake.
If you leave out cars retail sales actually increased 0.3 percent.
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