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Target shares dip upon news of portfolio sale delay

Shares of Target stock dropped nearly 2 percent Wednesday morning after the Minneapolis-based retailer reported that it would temporarily delay its efforts to sell the portfolio containing the balances credit card holders owe the company. The Associated Press reports that the company does not expect to sell the portfolio until later this year or early next.
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Shares of Target stock dropped nearly 2 percent Wednesday morning after the Minneapolis-based retailer reported that it would temporarily delay its efforts to sell the portfolio containing the balances credit card holders owe the company. The Associated Press reports that the company does not expect to sell the portfolio until later this year or early next.

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