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Same-Store, Same Story?

Friday, 4 Jan 2008 | 6:48 PM ET

Will Thursday's same-store sales figures lift already bruised retailers?

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Addressing next week's same-store sales, with the Fast Money crew.

The data will be a telling sign to just how “deep in the weeds” the consumer really is, Jeff Macke said. Friday’s weak jobs report could be a precursor to dismal same-store sales. But remember that it’s the guidance from the retailers that is most important and not the government data, he said.

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