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Shares of Buckle (BKE) trade 6.6% lower premarket after the company reported slumping sales for...

Shares of Buckle (BKE) trade 6.6% lower premarket after the company reported slumping sales for June. It's the first time in over 30 months that the specialty retailer has posted a negative growth number for the key metric.
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  • paul1941
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    BKE MAYBE DIDN'T CLOSE HIGH FOR JUNE'S BUISNESS, BUT MAYBE THE STREET'S EXPECTATIONS WERE TOO HIGH. THE STREET SHOULD HAVE REALIZED THAT SUMMER SALES CANNOT GO ON FOREVER. ESPECIALLY WHEN WE ENJOYED AN EXTENDED SPRING. STILL, BUCKLE IS DOING WELL AND SHOULD FOR FALL SALES. BKE STILL HAS THUMBS UP. PAUL
    5 Jul 2012, 12:36 PM Reply Like
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