The Minneapolis-based retailer's store sales shot up more than 5 percent last month, beating Wall Street and their own expectations. Target officials say their net retail sales are now topping $40 billion for the year so far.
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Target surprises Wall Street with higher July sales
Target Corp. said Thursday sales at stores open at least one year rose 3.1 percent in July, higher than the 2.7 percent that Wall Street analysts had expected. Total sales rose 3.2 percent to nearly $5 billion for the four-week period that ended July 28, Minneapolis-based Target said in a news release.
Target June sales up 2.6 percent, but rise at 'low end' of expected range
Target Corporation on Thursday reported that its net retail sales for the five weeks ended June 30, 2012 were $6.4 billion, an increase of 2.6 percent from a similar five-week period last year.
Target reports strong quarterly sales, weak April sales
Shoppers spent less than Wall Street estimates expected in April. The Minneapolis-based retailer reports a key sales figure rose 1.1 percent last month. Foot, health and beauty continue to be the strongest categories. First-quarter sales were the strongest in more than six years, up 5.3 percent.
Target's October sales trail expectations
Target Corp. says its same-store sales grew 2.4 percent in October, Forbes reports. Analysts were projecting same-store sales growth of 3.3 percent last month. The Minneapolis-based discount giant's total sales climbed 3 percent to $4.98 billion in October.
Target exec overseeing expansion in Canada steps down
Marketing chief Michael Francis is leaving Target and will become president of J.C. Penney. Francis has been overseeing Target's plans to expand in Canada, where the company hopes to start opening stores in 2013.
Arctic Cat reports jump in annual net sales and income
Double-digit gains helped fuel the Plymouth-based maker of snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles. Arctic Cat saw a 26 percent increase in net sales and 130 percent increase in net income for Arctic Cat's just completed fiscal year. The results beat Wall Street predictions, but Arctic Cat issued lower-than-expected profit and sales predictions for the current fiscal year.
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