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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.
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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.

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