Foot Locker results run past the Street
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Foot Locker earned $0.38 a share in the second quarter, beating the $0.33 consensus estimate. Sales were $1.37 billion, about $20 million better than analysts had expected. It was the tenth straight quarter of growth at the footwear company. FL runs higher by 5 percent before the bell on my tradeMONSTER platform.
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