NATICK, Mass. — Comparable-store sales at BJ’s Wholesale Club increased by 2.5% in the fiscal third quarter, which ended Oct. 30, and strengthened over the last month, the warehouse club operator said Thursday. Excluding fuel, BJ’s posted 1.5% comp gains during the 13-week quarter, and saw non-fuel comps improve by 2.2% during October. A calendar shift in the timing of Halloween helped monthly sales improve by 6.3%, the company said. Quarterly sales totaled $2.6 billion, a 4.8% gain from ...

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