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The retailer has upped the number of stores it plans to close from 150 to 165.
The jeweler’s shareholders will vote on the multi-billion-dollar merger in February.
Though like-for-like sales were down, the Danish jeweler highlighted its improvement when compared with previous quarters.
Sales climbed as much as 3 percent for the jeweler, which noted a “momentum shift” in the Americas.
The jeweler fell short of revenue and same-store sales expectations in Q3 due to weak demand in the Americas and unrest in Hong Kong.
Same-store sales rose at all U.S. mall-based banners while online sales posted double-digit growth.
Challenges “intensified” within the watch category and retail landscape, CEO Efraim Grinberg said.
Sales in its jewelry division, which includes Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, climbed 8 percent.
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