(Reuters) – Dollar Tree Inc (DLTR.O) beat quarterly sales expectations on Thursday, as the discount retailer benefited from higher demand for affordable groceries and other essentials due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Net sales rose 9.4% to $6.28 billion in the second quarter ended Aug. 1, beating analysts’ average estimate of $6.22 billion, according to IBES data from Refinitiv.
Overall same-store sales rose 7.2% in the quarter. Larger Rival Dollar General Corp (DG.N) reported an 18.8% rise earlier on Thursday.
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