Rise In Profits For 99 Cents Stores [Headlines]
The US retailer reported a 17% financial gain in the second quarter for 2012, and plans to open 12 new stores in the second half of the fiscal year.
The discount store 99 Cents Only saw a 17% rise in profits; net sales jumped 8.8%, from $333.6 million last year to $363 million. Its retail sales for the consolidated operations grew by 9%. Retail It.
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