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Teen apparel retailer Aeropostale has said it expects a lower fourth-quarter loss than first forecast, despite posting a double-digit drop in holiday sales.
Analysts gave a mixed response to apparel retailer Aeropostale’s third quarter adjusted net loss of $35.2m, with net sales and comps falling by double digits.
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