WASHINGTON The latest National Restaurant Association survey of operators showed that although same-store sales remained negative in July, restaurateurs reported an improvement from June’s soft performance. In addition, more operators reported a positive future economic outlook than had three months earlier. The optimism moved the NRA Restaurant Performance Index, or RPI, to its first gain in three months. The association’s RPI — a monthly composite index that tracks the health of and ...
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