US: Wet Seal lowers September same-store sales forecasts
By just-style.com | 4 October 2007
Women's fashion retailer The Wet Seal has lowered its same-store sales forecasts for September after seeing fewer transactions at both its Wet Seal and Arden B divisions.
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