USA: Winn-Dixie reports identical store sales up 2%, net earnings up 55%
US retailer Winn-Dixie Stores, at its annual shareholders' meeting today [Wednesday], announced sales up 0.9% for its first quarter of fiscal 2003. Sales from continuing operations for the 12 weeks ended 18 September 2002 were US$2.8bn, an increase of $25.0m or 0.9% when compared with the same quarter last year. For the quarter, identical store sales, which include enlargements and exclude the stores that opened or closed during the period, increased 2.0%. Comparable store sales, which include replacement stores, increased 2.1% for the quarter.
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