NATICK, Mass. - A rainy month of June in the Northeast contributed to a 6% decline in store traffic and negative comparable-store sales during June for BJ's Wholesale Club, the retailer here said. e. The retailer now expects earnings of 37-40 cents, vs. previous estimates of 43 to 47 cents. Food sales fell by 2% and general merchandise by 3% during June on a comparable basis. Comps last June increased by 4.3%. The company said sales were down in New England, metro New York and Mid-Atlantic ...

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