BJ's Bumps Net Up 32 Percent in Q3
November 17, 2010,
NATICK, Mass.--Net income for BJ's Wholesale Club rose 32 percent in the third quarter ending Oct. 30, totaling $23 million.
A modest sales gain and expense controls provided the bottom-line boost for the retailer. Net sales increased 4.8 percent to $2.6 billion, which included a 1.5 percent rise in same-store sales, factoring out sales of gasoline, and a 2.5 percent same-store pickup when gas is included. Selling, general and administrative expenses were flat on a dollar basis and shed 50 basis points as a percentage of sales, to 9 percent. Gross margin was flat at 8.4 percent.
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