Dollar General posted better-than-expected second-quarter results on Wednesday, as efforts such as selling cigarettes and more brand-name products attracted customers.
The discount retailer stood by the lowered full-year profit forecast it gave in June, even though its second-quarter earnings per share were 3 cents better than Wall Street expected.
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