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Hudson’s Bay Company, the Canadian retailer that acquired Saks Inc., reported a single-digit increase in both same-store and total sales in the third quarter.
Due to “compelling promotions” J.C. Penney Co. Inc. recorded a 10 percent year-over-year increase in same-store sales in November, with its Modern Bride brand among the private labels showing signs of life. 
Sterling Jewelers Inc. reported Tuesday that same-store sales increased 4 percent in the third quarter, led by strength in sales of colored diamond jewelry, bridal and watches.
Tiffany & Co. reported Tuesday that same-store sales in the Americas rose 1 percent in the third quarter, with the growth attributable to sales at the company’s flagship store in New York City. 
Same-store sales grew in Zale Corp.’s fiscal first quarter, driven by strong sales at the company’s Zales- and Peoples-branded stores and of both bridal and core fashion jewelry.
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