Walgreen (WAG -0.95%) March same-store sales -4.3% Y/Y to $6.02B. Comparable store front-end...

Walgreen (WAG -0.95%) March same-store sales -4.3% Y/Y to $6.02B. Comparable store front-end sales +1.2%, comparable customer traffic -1%, basket size +2.2%. Comparable prescriptions -11.4%; the negative impact of no longer being part of Express Scripts (ESRX) network was 10.7 percentage points. (PR)

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  • MStapp
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    This is positive! It was positive that ESRX/MHS deal may crater, and give WAG an "in", bringing ESRX back to the table! THEN it was positive that ESRX/MHS would close, because WAG has a deal with MHS! Now RX's are off 11.4%, this is wonderful because WAG customers are healthier, and will live longer, and buy more over their lifetime. This is great news! Positive! Way to go WAG!
    4 Apr 2012, 11:29 AM Reply Like
  • hohokham
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    A few more positives : Park anywhere in the lot - no other cars around, no more waiting in checkout lines, they have a pretty decent Photo center and a GREAT candy counter, although somewhat stale, VERY inexpensive! WAG rocks!!
    4 Apr 2012, 12:17 PM Reply Like
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