The Census Bureau of the U.S. Division of Commerce launched (PDF) on August 19, 2022, the estimated second-quarter 2022 retail ecommerce gross sales in the US, which stood at $257.3 billion, up 2.7% from the 2022 first quarter.
The Division of Commerce defines ecommerce gross sales as these for “items and companies the place the customer locations an order, or the value and phrases of the sale are negotiated over an Web, cell gadget, extranet, digital information interchange community, piece of email, or different comparable on-line system. Cost could or is probably not made on-line.”
The estimated $1,778.6 billion in whole retail gross sales — ecommerce and brick-and-mortar — for Q2 2022 represents a rise of 1.9% from Q1.
In accordance with the DoC, ecommerce accounted for 14.5% of the full U.S. retail gross sales within the second quarter of 2022.
The Q2 2022 ecommerce estimate climbed 6.8% over Q2 2021, whereas whole retail gross sales grew by 7.2% throughout the identical timeframe.