BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores here said last week comparable sales at its U.S. locations were positive in July, August and September, though company officials stopped short of indicating whether its third quarter would end a string of 10 straight quarters of negative comps. July was part of the second quarter, and while comps were positive for the two months that followed, the company said it has not indicated what comps were for October — information that will be reported along with ...

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